It’s less than a month to go before Warner Brothers’ first big-budget live-action adaptation of the world’s most famous super-heroine “Wonder Woman” hits theaters worldwide. With June looming, the studio has been releasing teasers, trailers, and TV spots at a regular pace.

But now WB is ready to unleash their final movie trailer, collating the best scenes and visuals of past previews while adding some new scenes and dialogue samplings. Starring Gal Gadot as the titular Wonder Woman, the film is ready to tell the origins of the other third of the DC Comics’ superhero “trinity,” while setting up for the “Justice League” movie in November.

From cradle to ‘civilization’

The final big WBWonder Woman” trailer was featured in the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards last May 7 at the Shrine Auditorium in Lost Angeles. It is roughly framed as a start from the childhood of the Amazon princess Diana of Themyscira and her journey to “Man’s World,” as both emissary of peace and warrior, to put an end to the ravages of World War I (She was a WWII hero in her first comics, but was changed to avoid film comparisons with Marvel’s “Captain America”).

Overlaid with the now-familiar action sequence of Wonder Woman (Gadot) charging a German trench line while overtaking a machine gun with her shield is a scene with the Amazon queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen) putting her young daughter Diana to sleep with dire warnings about the outside world.

Of course it matters little thanks to the appearance of US Army Air Service pilot Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) on their island years later with Diana grown.

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When Hippolyta forbids Diana from volunteering to bring Steve back to the outside world – and help out in the World War – the spirited princess infiltrates her own family palace to steal the relics that would be her armor and equipment as Wonder Woman.

From ‘civilization’ to the battlefield

Once Diana and Steve arrive in Europe there are the already shown “fish out of water” scenes, plus the introduction to a government official (secretly the hostile god Ares, played by David Thewlis) of Diana by Steve, who makes up her civilian alias of Diana Prince. Finally we get to a mix of new action footage that, at times, literally explodes across the screen: a ship, an airfield, the air around a monoplane, and so on. Somehow, the action returns Wonder Woman from war-torn Europe to Themyscira in what may be an epic final confrontation.

Wonder Woman” is directed by Patty Jenkins from Warner Brothers Pictures and will premiere in the US on June 2.