“Wonder Woman” and “Justice League” Release Dates Announced

Warner Bros. reveals Wonder Woman and Justice League movie release dates

Suicide Squad‘s insane new trailer isn’t the only news DC Comics fans have to get geeked about. Earlier this week, the CW premiered the first footage from Wonder Woman and released concept art from Justice League. Now, Warner Bros. decided to end its busy week with another big reveal, announcing the theatrical release dates for both highly anticipated films.

Wonder Woman starring Gal Gadot is slated to hit the big screen on June 23, 2017. Meanwhile, Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and The Flash (Ezra Miller) will all assemble in Justice League which opens on November 17, 2017. The films will be directed by Patty Jenkins and Zack Snyder, respectively.

Wonder Woman and Justice League will serve as the fourth and fifth films in the current DC cinematic universe, following Man of Steel and the upcoming 2016 entries Suicide Squad and Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Wonder Woman will make her DC debut this March in Batman v. Superman, where it looks like she’ll try to defuse the war between the clashing heroes.

Wonder Woman is the origin story of an Amazonian warrior princess who leaves her home island and becomes a great hero. The film co-stars Robin Wright (House of Cards) and Chris Pine (Star Trek, Horrible Bosses 2). Get your first look at Wonder Woman in the feature video below.


Photo Credit: Warner Bros.

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