One of this year's most highly anticipated superhero films comes in the form of DC's "Wonder Woman," the Gal Gadot film that was promised by the end of last year's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." The first DC superhero film with a female lead is set to debut June 2, and director Patty Jenkins hints at some ideas that she already has for a sequel.

Diana Prince heading to America?

"Wonder Woman" has long been known as an American superhero, but in the upcoming film, viewers will get to see her beginnings in Themyscira, surrounded by heroines of her kind. It is there where she will meet Chris Pine's Steve Trevor, who warns her of a deadly war that's been brewing in the west.

She then travels with him to London, but it is assumed that that's how far the film will go, which is why director Patty Jenkins is already thinking about Diana Prince's journey beyond the first film and into America.

"I’m excited for her to come to America and become the Wonder Woman we are all familiar with from having grown up around her as an American superhero," Jenkins told the Toronto Sun. With "Wonder Woman," the upcoming Gal Gadot film will tell the character's origins story, which Jenkins admittedly believes is "a treasure trove of potential" because "no one had done her story" just yet. This will be the first time the character will take the lead on the big screen, despite her popularity in the 1970s with Lynda Carter's live-action TV series.

Two new TV spots released, hints at the origin of 'Diana'

As June 2 is now fast approaching, Warner Bros has released another TV spot for the upcoming Gal Gadot film.

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In it, "Wonder Woman" fans can see just how awkward it was for Chris Pine's Steve Trevor to explain what Diana was to his colleagues. He also cuts her off when she tries to explain that she is "Diana, Princess of Themyscira," thereby acquiring the name of "Diana Prince" instead.

Another "Wonder Woman" promo was debuted by director Patty Jenkins via Twitter, Movieweb reported. In it, Diana explained, "When war ravaged the Earth, the gods created us. I will fight for those who cannot fight for themselves." This, along with several exciting fight scenes, is featured in the 30-second clip that also features Danny Huston as Erich Ludendorff. "Wonder Woman" will arrive June 2, and stars Connie Nielsen as Queen Hippolyta, Robin Wright as General Antiope, David Thewlis as Ares, and Elena Anaya as Maru/Doctor Poison.