Hall H is the place to be this Saturday as it's the epicenter of all buzzworthy news at SDCC 2014. The latest buzz? Zack Snyder revealed the first official image of Wonder Woman.
— ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) July 26, 2014
There’s been tons of speculation about Gal Gadot’s take on the Amazonian princess, and the masses have been polarizing in response. It was expected that Zack Snyder would bring Batman v. Superman:Dawn of Justice to Hall H, but fans were taken by surprise with how quickly he lead the panel with the first official image of Wonder Woman in full armor. Reportedly there hasn’t been any footage of Gadot at this time, but the Con is still young so one can hope. Synder took to twitter to reveal Wonder Woman’s still image to the masses and thank #SDCC for a great time.
Of course Batman and Superman themselves (Affleck & Cavill) were in attendance as well as Gadot. The panel seemed to be a quick one – reportedly there wasn’t a follow up Q & A session. As disappointing as this is, it’s a rather smart move on Synder’s part to keep DC’s latest under wraps. That being said, Snyder presented a brief teaser that debuted the first interaction between Batman and Superman. From what we’ve gathered viewers saw Affleck sporting the Dark Knight Returns armor in full as Batman takes the tarp off of the Bat signal on a Gotham roof, aiming it at a bird…. or a plane… no! It’s Cavill’s Superman with burning eyes locked in the ultimate stare down against Affleck’s glowing white eyes. This was followed by the Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice logo and an eruption of cheering from the crowd. The footage was actually played twice, due to the crowd’s reaction.
We will update as soon as the teaser becomes available online, though if it’s anything like last year’s Age of Ultron teaser, we might not see it for a while.
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