Relive ‘Wonder Woman’ Grand Entrance in ‘Batman v Superman’


A Japanese website might have what you need if you want to reminisce the epic moment when Wonder Woman joins in the fray in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

Head over to Eiga to watch the awesome clip when Wonder Woman first revealed herself as the super heroine. When prompted to choose between two Japanese buttons, make sure to select the one on the left.

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In an effort to lure Doomsday away from the city to avoid casualties, Batman (played by Ben Affleck) catches the goliath’s attention. Doomsday sends the Batwing crashing down which placed Batman in a bit of a bind. The Dark Knight sees the behemoth approaching and feels that things does not bode well for him. He may be successful at luring the giant alien but it appears he will be the certain recipient of its following unleash of fury. Doomsday charged his heat vision and fired away at Batman.

At this moment, a mysterious figure drops to the rescue and shield Batman from the deadly blast. Doomsday wonders why the blast does not penetrate into his target so he stops briefly. As the flame clears, the rescuer is revealed to be Wonder Woman (portrayed by beautiful Gal Gadot). With an epic battle music reminiscent of 300, Wonder Woman attacks using her own blasts and knocks Doomsday away.

By the way, when Batman successfully caught Doomsday attention and is now focused at him, the caped vigilante reacted in a way that moviegoers found very funny. When asked about the scene, Affleck told EW:

“I just improv’d that. I had a feeling that it would work and that it would be funny,” the actor says. “I improvised and I talked to Zack about it and I think this will really work because you don’t expect it – and because it’s Batman, and at that moment he is so incredibly overmatched.”

Thanks to the uploaded video in the website, we get to replay the dramatic entrance and glorious scene of Wonder Woman.

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