|Producer:|| Zack Snyder|
|Writer(s):|| Allan Heinberg|
|Release Date:||June 2, 2017|
|Running Time:||123 mins|
In present day Paris, Diana Prince receives a World War I-era photograph at the Louvre and recalls her childhood. Raised on the island of Themyscira, the land of the Amazonians, the child Diana dreams of becoming an Amazonian warrior but her mother Queen Hippolyta forbids it, telling her the story of how Ares the god of war corrupted mankind and killed all the other gods except Zeus. With his last ounce of strength, Zeus left the Amazons a weapon capable of destroying Ares if he ever returned. Diana nevertheless disobeys her mother and is secretly trained by her aunt Antiope.
As a young woman, Diana rescues pilot Steve Trevor after his plane crashes off the coast of Themyscira. The Amazonians engage and kill the German soldiers in pursuit of him, but Antiope dies protecting Diana. Interrogated with the Lasso of Truth, Steve reveals that he is an Allied spy in World War I and has infiltrated and stolen information from a weapons facility in the Ottoman Empire run by German general Erich Ludendorff, whose scientist Doctor Poison is producing a new deadlier form of mustard gas. Certain that Ares must be responsible for the "war to end all wars," Diana defies her mother's orders and leaves Themyscira in search of him with Steve.
In London, Steve delivers Doctor Poison's notes to his superiors at the Imperial War Cabinet, including Sir Patrick Morgan, who is trying to negotiate an armistice with Germany. Steve believes Ludendorff will complete and use the gas regardless of an armistice, and Diana concludes Ludendorff is Ares himself and slaying him will end the war. Steve and Diana decide to travel to the front lines to stop Ludendorff, accompained by Steve's team: spy Sameer, marksman Charlie, and smuggler Chief. Arriving at the Western Front in Belgium, the group's progress is halted by enemy trenches, until Diana pushes alone through the German lines, rallying the allied forces behind her to liberate a village from German control. Diana and the team celebrate the freedom of the villagers, and Diana grows close to Steve.
Learning that Ludendorff will attend a gala at a nearby castle, Steve infiltrates the party and is followed by Diana, who intends to kill Ludendorff. Steve stops her to avoid jeopardizing the mission to destroy the chemical stores, and they quickly learn that Ludendorff has used the gas to bomb the nearby village. Diana is devastated that Steve interfered, allowing the loss of life. In rage, Diana pursues Ludendorff to a complex where the gas is being loaded into a bomber to attack London. Diana fights and slays Ludendorff, but is stunned when his death does not stop the war. Sir Patrick appears to her, revealing that he is the true Ares; he tells her though he has encouraged them to destroy themselves, humans themselves contain the dark impulse to make war.
As they fight, Ares attempts to convince Diana that humanity does not deserve to be saved, and reveals that she herself is the weapon of Zeus: his last child. As Ares overpowers Diana, Steve hijacks the bomber containing the gas and sacrifices himself to incinerate it at a safe distance. Inspired by Steve's selflessness and his final words, Diana dedicates herself to defending mankind and summons her power to finally destroy Ares and spare humanity. In London, the team solemnly celebrates the end of the war.
In the present day, Diana writes to Bruce Wayne thanking him for the photograph of her and Steve and reaffirms her mission to keep protecting and guiding mankind.
- Gal Gadot as Diana of Themyscira/Wonder Woman
- Emily Carey as young Diana
- Chris Pine as Steve Trevor
- Robin Wright as Antiope
- Danny Huston as General Erich Ludendorff
- David Thewlis as Sir Patrick Morgan/Ares
- Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta
- Elena Anaya as Isabel Maru/Doctor Poison
- Saïd Taghmaoui as Sameer
- Ewen Bremner as Charlie
- Eugene Brave Rock as Chief Napi
- Lucy Davis as Etta Candy
- Lisa Loven Kongsli as Menalippe
- Mayling Ng as Orana
- Florence Kasumba as Senator Acantha
- Samantha Jo as Euboea
- Ann Wolfe as Artemis
- Doutzen Kroes as Venelia
- Brooke Ence as Penthesilea
- Jacqui-Lee Pryce as Niobe
- Rachel Pickup as Fausta Grables
- James Cosmo as Haig
- Martin Bishop as Kaiser Wilhelm II
- Steffan Rhodri as Phil Darnell
References to the broader DC Extended UniverseEdit
- Diana of Themyscira/Wonder Woman appears.
- Steve Trevor is introduced.
- Etta Candy is introduced.
- Hippolyta is introduced.
- Antiope is introduced.
- Menalippe is introduced.
- Orana is introduced.
- Artemis is introduced.
- Acantha is introduced.
- Euboea is introduced.
- Venelia is introduced.
- Ares is introduced.
- Isabel Maru/Doctor Poison is introduced.
- Sameer is introduced.
- Charlie is introduced.
- Chief Napi is introduced.
- Zeus is mentioned.
- Themyscira is introduced.
- Superwoman is mentioned.
- The photo of Diana, Steve and their allies from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice appears.
- Bruce Wayne's name appears at the end when Diana was email him.
- Wayne Enterprises appears.
- Power. Grace. Wisdom. Wonder.
- Wonder. Power. Courage.
- The future of justice begins with her.
- Metropolis has Superman. Gotham has Batman. Now the world has Wonder Woman.
The film was shot in Paris, France, London and Italy.
Promotion, Filming and Concept ArtEdit
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