Early reactions to Wonder Woman are in and they're overwhelmingly positive

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Gal Gadot's hero will return in Justice League, set in modern era U.S., along with Ben Affleck's Batman, Jason Momoa's Aquaman, Ezra Miller's Flash, Ray Fisher's Cyborg and Henry Cavill's Superman.

The film hits theaters on June 2, 2017. Critics are eating up their chemistry!

Warner Bros released a new TV spot for Wonder Woman today while Collider has a huge batch of images. And, the thought of Wonder Woman being a great film is a warming one.

We'll have much more on Wonder Woman, including a full review, as we lead up to its release. In fact, it seems like it may be the best DC Comics-based movie since the days when Christian Bale was playing Batman.

Patty Jenkins directed the film from a screenplay by Allan Heinberg, story by Zack Snyder & Allan Heinberg and Jason Fuchs, based on characters from DC Entertainment. The future fortunes of other super heroine movies may very well depend on how the Gal Gadot-starring film is received.

Writers who have left their mark on Wonder Woman including Rucka, Phil Jimenez, Cliff Chiang, Shea Fontana, Marc Andreyko, and Cat Staggs, will be appearing at special Wonder Woman Day events to discuss their love for the character. Seats are first come, first served so stay tuned to my social pages & the @WonderWomanFilm accounts to be the first to sign up! Anyway, Wonder Woman is a feminist who believes in equality, but still keeps her body hair in check.

DC fans can breathe a sigh of relief: it looks as if the comic book juggernaut's cold streak on the silver screen is coming to an end. She wasn't less powerful, she wasn't less of a woman. So, expect every mother, daughter, and any man related to a woman to make their way out to support this project. "She's just an incredible person", she gushed.

Watch two clips below for the Wonder Woman movie featuring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen.