More than 2,000 comic-book shops, libraries and bookstores across the nation will participate in the Saturday extravaganza. DC has collaborated with outlets such as Barnes & Nobles, Books-A-Million, Amazon and more for exclusive promotions.
Not only has the studio been flooding fans with a slew of Wonder Woman TV spots and teasers, it's also been showing off new photos from the film. To coincide with the film's opening weekend, #DCComics has declared "Wonder Woman Day" for June 3 to honor her 75-year legacy. Comic writers who have worked on Diana's stories, including Greg Rucka, Phil Jimenez, Shea Fontana, Mark Andreyko and Cat Staggs will be involved in events that will be announced soon.
Featuring Gal Gadot's fierce but regal Diana Prince on its Cover Page for its newest issue set to roll out on May 26, Entertainment Weekly has unveiled a set of stills and behind-the-scenes photos from the highly anticipated Wonder Woman. When one of them asked if her comment was regarding her granddaughter's wedding, the first woman replied, "No!" In 1942, the character was given her own comic book title.
Meanwhile, rumors about "Wonder Woman" having a sequel are becoming louder and louder even before the movie is able to prove its box-office worth.
Here's hoping our real-life Diana Gal Gadot will make an appearance!
The first weekend of June will be a Wonder Woman weekend with the first-ever solo live-action movie of the DC female superhero arriving in theaters on June 2 and DC declaring the following day, June 3, as "Wonder Woman Day". If yes, will there be another "Wonder Woman Day?" to herald its arrival?