The new “Wonder Woman” reboot, directed by Patty Jenkins, is set to debut on July 17, 2019.
The film will be the first major DC film since Wonder Woman was rebooted last year by Zack Snyder.
The movie is set in 2020 where Diana, an Amazon princess, is tasked with saving the world.
The story centers on a future in which a war is brewing between humans and robots that could potentially destroy the world as we know it.
The reboot, which has been in the works for more than a year, has already been greenlit and is set for a May 2019 release.
Warner Bros, the studio behind the reboot, is reportedly looking to bring the reboot to the big screen.
“Wonder Woman,” the first DC film, will mark the first time in 25 years that a major studio is going to take on a reboot.
The film will reunite Wonder Woman with her former sidekick, Diana Prince, who was a part of the “New 52” continuity of DC comics, but was never made canon in the mainstream universe.
The “New” continuity was created by Geoff Johns, the former DC writer, and Greg Capullo, who is now executive producer of the reboot.
Wonder Woman will be a female-led superhero team.
The main character, Wonder Woman, is a princess who fights crime and corruption.
The title character will be played by Gal Gadot, who plays the role in the upcoming “Wonder” reboot.
The studio has already cast Gal Gadots lead role in a series of live-action TV shows called “Wonder,” but she has yet to land the role of Diana.
Sources: ABC News, ABC News Digital, The Irish Time, NBC News, The Daily Beast, WBTV, ABC