Intriguing WONDER WOMAN Filming Location, Working Title And Cinematographer Revealed

As the headline suggests, new developments on Gal Gadot's solo outing as the Amazon Princess in Wonder Woman have revealed a beautiful new filming location in addition to London, as well as an Award-winning cinematographer, plus the movie's working title. Check it out!

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is just seven months away from its highly-anticipated release, and Suicide Squad just wrapped principal photography. Therefore, Warner Bros. is now readying production on Wonder Woman, which is the fourth movie of the studio's DC Extended Universe. The Patty Jenkins-directed adaptation is scheduled to shoot primarily in London this fall, but new developments have revealed a secondary filming location as well as the director of photography.

According to Meet The Movie Press, Hoyte Van Hoytema will serve as the director of photography on Wonder Woman. The Dutch-Swedish cinematographer is best known for his work on Academy Award-winning films Interstellar, Her, as well as The Fighter, and he just recently wrapped on Spectre.

Meanwhile, Askanews is reporting (via Yahoo) that Wonder Woman will eventually shoot scenes in Basilicata, Italy, in addition to the U.K.. The Gal Gadot-starring movie, which is said to take place during World War I, will likely take advantage of Basilicata's unique and ancient stone structures.

Finally, Production Weekly has revealed that Wonder Woman will be known as Nightingale during its production. This could be an indirect reference to the DC supervillain of the same name,  aliased Seiji Kato, who first appeared in the "Wonder Woman #317" comic book. Another version of the character also appeared on the '70s Wonder Woman television series portrayed by Joel Fabiana. Or perhaps, the working title is referring to Florence Nightingale, who was the founder of modern nursing among other things during the Crimean War which is when Wonder Woman may occur. Anyhow, directed by Patty Jenkins, the Amazon Princess' solo outing stars Gal Gadot (Diana Prince) and Chris Pine (Steve Trevor), and is scheduled for release on June 23, 2017. What do you think?

WONDER WOMAN 3: Chris Pine Comments On The Possibility Of Returning As Steve Trevor (Again)

WONDER WOMAN 3: Chris Pine Comments On The Possibility Of Returning As Steve Trevor (Again)

DRAGONS: 9 REALMS - Aimee Garcia On Her Role And M.O.D.O.K., DEXTER, LUCIFER & WONDER WOMAN Work (Exclusive)
Recommended For You:

DRAGONS: 9 REALMS - Aimee Garcia On Her Role And M.O.D.O.K., DEXTER, LUCIFER & WONDER WOMAN Work (Exclusive)

DISCLAIMER: This post was submitted by a user who has agreed to our Terms of Service and Community Guidelines. As a user-generated content platform, Comic Book Movie and Best Little Sites LLC is protected under the DMCA... [MORE]
Gal Gadot Is Expected To Appear As WONDER WOMAN In Several Upcoming DC Comics Movies
Though the DCEU is currently in a state of flux, it sounds like the "reset" is going to keep a few familiar faces around, as Gal Gadot is reportedly set to play Wonder Woman in several upcoming projects.
THE BATMAN's First-Week Viewership Numbers Are Out, And They Beat Almost Every Other WB Day-And-Date Release
The Batman continues to be a success for Warner Bros. Discovery. After making over $750 million at the worldwide box office, a new report has revealed the film's impressive viewership numbers on HBO Max.
Gal Gadot Shares WONDER WOMAN 3 Update Along With New WW84 Behind-The-Scenes Photo
It sounds like there's finally been some movement on the third Wonder Woman movie, as star Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins have shared a positive update on the threequel's script.
WONDER WOMAN 3: Chris Pine Comments On The Possibility Of Returning As Steve Trevor (Again)
Chris Pine reprised the role of Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman 1984, but could another return be in the works for Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman 3? Well, the actor doesn't sound overly keen on a DCEU comeback.
MOON KNIGHT Director Mohamed Diab Says WONDER WOMAN 1984's Egypt-Set Scenes Were A Disgrace
Moon Knight director Mohamed Diab has explained why Wonder Woman 1984's Egypt-set sequence was considered a "disgrace" by those from the country, likening it to looking like something from the Middle Ages.

The Best Little Sites Network (BLS)

Action Movie and TV News -
Anime News, Trailers & More -
Superhero News, Videos, Rumors & More -
Horror News -
Video Game News, Reviews, Trailers & More -
Sci-Fi and Fantasy News, Videos, Rumors & More -
Cartoon and Animated Film News, Videos, Rumors & More -
Professional Wrestling News, Videos, Rumors & More -