The "Wonder Woman" movie release date is not too far away, and we’re very excited to see what the film brings to the Dc Extended Universe. So far, we have three films in the universe and only one manages to keep up with the quality demand.

The other two, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and "Suicide Squad” are both terrible movies, with the latter being one of the worst comic book movies to hit theaters since “Green Lantern.” With "Wonder Woman" on the horizon, DC Comics and Warner Bros. have a chance to change course in a huge way.

Early reactions seem positive

When it comes down to reading full reviews of the "Wonder Woman" movie, we’ll have to wait for quite some time. However, several bloggers and critics have already seen the film, and they are allowed to give their first impressions on social media.

Twitter critics rave about 'Wonder Woman'

According to several critics on Twitter, Gal Gadot did a great job as Wonder Woman in the film. This is quite a surprise because the actress is not known to have exceptional talent when it comes down to acting, so we’re quite interested to see her getting praise for her role as Wonder Woman.

Some critics really were raving about it as per the example below:

One particular critic went on to say that, “Wonder Woman” is funny and awe-inspiring.

Furthermore, he states the film has some of the best action scenes of any Comic Book Movie. For those who have been keeping a close watch on DC Extended Universe films, being funny is something that’s always been missing.

Still, we can only hope Warner Bros. has not chosen to copy the Marvel formula. There’s no problem with a comic book movie being funny, it just doesn’t need to have a million one-liners to top it off.

Another critic made a bold claim on Twitter when he said even DC critics would love "Wonder Woman." If the movie is as good he and others are claiming, then no doubt even the harshest critic of the DCEU will fall in love with the universe.

We Live Entertainment also had only good things to say about the movie:

We’ve also come to understand that shifting from the mythical land of Themyscira to World War 1 is something that works really well.

So, what’s next?

The only option we have is to wait for the full review from all the major critics on the web. Hopefully, it turns out to be a splendid film because that’s something Warner Bros. and DC needs right now to continue fighting the good fight.

"Wonder Woman" opens in theaters on June 2, 2017.