'Wonder Woman' to hit screens in China same day as N America

Xu Yaqi China Plus Published: 2017-05-11 09:07:28
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The Wonder Woman played by Gal Gadot [Photo: huanqiu.com]

The Wonder Woman played by Gal Gadot [Photo: huanqiu.com]

The highly anticipated 'Wonder Woman' will be released in theaters in China and North America on June 2.

The cast and production crew will arrive in Shanghai next Monday to promote the story from DC Comics.

Along with posters for the Chinese market, leading actress Gal Gadot greeted her fans in China in the trailer that just released.

"Hello to all my friends in China. I'm Gal Gadot. And I play Wonder Woman in the first ever live action 'Wonder Woman' movie. From the gorgeous island to WWI Europe, the film is full of action and adventure. As an Amozon warrior learns what it takes to become one of the greatest super heroes of all time. Don't miss the film on June 2 in the theater near you."

In addition to Gadot, leading actor Chris Pine, director Patty Jenkins, and three producers of the film also showed up in Shanghai.

It's reported that another action movie 'The Mummy' starring Tom Hanks will also hit Chinese screens in June. And 'Transformers: The Last Knght' is also expected to be released in the country simultaneously as in North America.

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