First some legal stuff…
DISCLAIMER: Wonder Woman is a non-profit film for private use only, and is not for sale or resale. It is strictly for the promotional use of the filmmaker. It is in NO way endorsed by Warner Brothers or DC Comics nor is it intended to undermine or compete with any existing or forthcoming material. Wonder Woman is created for fun and should not be sold, rented or used for anything of the sort. Station 3 and Jesse V. Johnson make no claim to any of the characters, locations, storylines, props, costume designs, logos, names or situations that are trademarked, copyrighted or otherwise protected by the federal, state, international or other intellectual property law. This film is produced solely for the personal enjoyment of the cast, crew and any other Wonder Woman fans. No copyright infringement is intended or implied.
If DC ever got around to making a movie about the Amazonian Warrior Princess, chances are it would look something like this!
Fanboy Nation! Meet stuntman turned director Jesse V. Johnson. Mr. Johnson has been a stuntman, or stunt coordinator on dozens of major theatrical releases including Spielberg’s LINCOLN, THE MASTER, AVATAR, and PLANET OF THE APES, TIN TIN, THOR, SPIDERMAN etc. Jesse’s stunt experience has afforded him a profound knowledge of action, visual effects, and big budget technique, watching and working with some of the greatest living actors and storytellers of our generation. Cool kids, did you also know that stuntman legend Vic Armstrong (RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK) is Jesse’s uncle? Jesse’s latest film is the action thriller THE PACKAGE starring Steve Austin and Dolph Lundgren.
Jesse got to that point in his career where he wanted to graduate to directing films at the studio level. If he was offered, let’s say a comic book property, which one would he do? Which comic book character has been done, but never really at the feature level?
So like Kevin Tancharoen (Mortal Kombat: Rebirth), and Dan Trachtenberg (Portal: No Escape) before him, Jesse and his team at Station Three decided to shoot a proof of concept/promotional trailer.
Enter Wonder Woman.
Jesse rounded up a professional crew which includes cinematographer HC Van Urfalian, found his leading lady in actress Nina Bergman, and got character actor Peter Stormare to come along for the ride. Here is what Jesse had to say about the making of the trailer:
It was my manager / producing partner Kailey Marsh’s idea to shoot the trailer. She really believes I should be a studio director, and thought shooting Wonder Woman would be a great way to show off my skills in a fun way that people could get excited about.
Check out this concept poster made by Robert Sebree which I think looks better than a lot of actual superhero movie posters.
Now that we got the backstory out of the way, how about we get this show poppin’ and onto our feature presentation! So without further adieu, we at Latino-Review are excited to be the first to exclusively present to you the trailer for WONDER WOMAN. Enjoy the show and don’t forget to tell us your thoughts below!
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