After weeks of speculations, two new trailers for “Blade Runner 2049” and “Wonder Woman” are finally out.

Fortunately, both clips look fantastic, giving an idea of the storylines and main characters of the films. The “Blade Runner 2049” trailer shows what the filmmaker did with “Arrival” last year, and “Wonder Woman” clip is full of surprises, bringing Gal Gadot into a new situation where she has to fight against the rivals for her survival.

‘Blade Runner 2049’

The full-length trailer gives an idea of the team behind the sequel to “Blade Runner.” This American film is directed by Denis Villeneuve, with Hampton Fancher serving as screenplay writer and Michael Green as executive producer.

The film features Lennie James, Harrison Ford, Carla Juri, Sylvia Hoeks, Barkhad Abdi, Dave Bautista, Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas, Hiam Abbass, Mackenzie Davis, David Dastmalchian, Jared Leto, and Edward James Olmos.

The film is scheduled to be released on October 6, 2017, and Warner Bros. acquires the US distribution rights. Columbia Pictures will handle the international distribution to “Blade Runner 2049.” In a recent interview with The New York Times, Villeneuve discussed the synopsis.

He revealed that the movie is set a few years after the original when the climate goes berserk, and the oceans get toxic. The score is composed by Jóhann Jóhannsson, who previously worked with Denis on “Arrival,” “Prisoners,” and “Sicario.”

‘Wonder Woman’

“Wonder Woman” is a highly-anticipated Hollywood movie.

It is scheduled to be released on June 2, 2017. No doubt, this film has some cheesy music and introduces a villain that we did not see in another superhero movie. The fight sequences between wonder woman and the villain look clear, massive, and impressive. We feel that DC is tapping into the character's comic book roots.

“Wonder Woman” is directed by Patty Jenkins, based on a DC Comics character of the same name.

The cast includes Robin Wright, Connie Nielsen, Gal Gadot, David Thewlis, Chris Pine, and Danny Huston.

Gadot describes her character as full of powers and emotions, and it’s entirely different from the female lead of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Principal photography began in December 2015 and concluded in October 2016.

The film will be released in 2D, IMAX 3D, and DVD versions.

The movie is projected to gross over $20 million in the opening weekend and $700 million worldwide. Gal won the title role over Olga Kurylenko, Nicole Kidman, and Elodie Yung after being auditioned in January 2016. She wanted to withdraw from the project due to her pregnancy, but Beyonce motivated Gal Gadot to accept the challenge.