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On Thursday, Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Comics released the new trailer for "Wonder Woman," which hits theaters worldwide in June. This first image from the trailer shows Diana Prince (Gal Gadot), otherwise known as Wonder Woman, in present day walking past the large pyramid at the main entrance to the Louvre Museum.
This photo of Wonder Woman with her friends and allies during World War I shows present-day Diana Prince has an adventurous past.
Wonder Woman's origin story takes place on the tropical Amazonian island of Themyscira. Here she witnesses something odd falling out of the sky.
After Captain Steve Trevor (played by Chris Pine) crashes his plane into the water, Diana Prince dives in and saves him from drowning.
Male troops invade Themyscira and get more than they bargained for when Diana's warrior sisters fight back.
Themyscira warriors led by General Antiope (Robin Wright) are highly trained in combat, as the soldiers who dare to attack them find out all too quickly.
Themyscira warriors are also fearless in their battle techniques, including jumping off cliffs and having a bow and arrow ready to strike an enemy.
This Themyscira warrior has her bow and arrow aimed at a target, but will she survive the fall?
As soldiers attack Themyscira, Diana uses her superhuman senses to slowly assess one of their bullets as it moves slowly past her, heading toward one of her sisters in combat.
On Themyscira, Queen Hippolyta holds court in this unusual section of the island.
Queen Hippolyta (played by Connie Nielsen) asks Capt. Trevor: "What is your mission?"
Capt. Trevor explains that his mission is to stop the war to end all wars, which comes to be known as World War I.
Capt. Trevor back at a dusty base camp where his war is in full swing...
Chemical weapons were first used in World War I, and testing gas masks was part of making sure soldiers could survive the deadly effects. This gas, however, looks as though it can destroy even the most advanced masks at the time.
During the chemical weapon test, a mysterious scarred woman (played by Elena Anaya) shows up. She may end up being a Wonder Woman foe.
Actor Danny Huston plays a German general on the opposing side who plans on using chemical weapons (most likely mustard gas) on Capt. Trevor's fellow soldiers.
The scarred woman working for the Germans throws a grenade into the American base.
Clearly, the Germans have weapons the American troops will have a devil of a time competing with, unless they can find a secret weapon of their own.
Back on Diana's island home, things may be peaceful but unrealistic for the restless warrior who wants to help Capt. Trevor.
The queen would rather stay out of the war that doesn't concern her or her subjects. She has no time for men and their fight against each other.
"I cannot stand by while innocent lives are lost," Diana tells her queen.
Diana grabs her shield and armor before leaving the island to help Capt. Trevor. "Be careful, Diana," Queen Hippolyta warns.
Capt. Trevor tries to pass Diana off as his secretary while she's in disguise.
It takes a brave man to aim a gun at Trevor when the captain's with Diana Prince.
Diana protects Capt. Trevor from gunfire with her bullet-deflecting bracelets.
"It is our sacred duty to save the world," Diana says in the narration. Even in disguise, she'll be protecting the Allied troops.
Diana is ready to for action in the trenches, wearing her signature armored costume and Wonder Woman tiara.
Wonder Woman's Bracelets of Submission are indestructible cuffs that can deflect gunfire, missiles and other projectile weaponry. They clearly come in handy during battle.
Wonder Woman heads to the WWI battlefield in her armored suit, carrying her indestructible shield that possesses magical powers perfect for both defense and offense in combat.
Diana never leaves her sword behind, even when she goes undercover to a dance as Capt. Trevor's date.
Wonder Woman's Lasso of Truth, which is also unbreakable, glows as she uses it in battle. The lasso's magical properties make it a formidable weapon.
Wonder Woman is famous for her magical weaponry, but the metal bracelets that protect her are the DC Comics' superhero's most beloved accessory.
At the end of the trailer, Diana is perplexed how women can fight while wearing such restrictive clothing.