Patty Jenkins' sweeping saga of Gal Gadot's Princess Diana and her transition into the realm of superheroes in Wonder Woman thunders into theaters on June 2 and it's looking to be a powerful introduction to the only female founding member of the storied Justice League.
Entertainment Weekly's Summer Preview Issue lands in stores this Friday and they've unchained a stirring piece of unseen concept art symbolizing Diana's decision to charge into the muddy, bomb-blasted trenches of the European theater during World War I. It's a poignant composition, created with subdued shades of dark gold and burnt browns in the foreground and moving towards the bright, hopeful beams of silver-blue in the distance, as Wonder Woman steps past a squad of British sharpshooters and into a brave but brutal new world.
“It’s a very powerful moment,” Gadot told EW.. “We have a character committing to her true self, doing what she believes needs to be done.”
Behold this beautiful panoramic artwork for Wonder Woman and tell us if you're marching into theaters at daybreak to see her epic struggle this June.