Step Into the World of Wonder Woman In New Warner Bros. Exhibition
The Warner Bros. Studio Tour in Hollywood is now more wondrous than ever before. Wonder Woman is now the latest film to have a behind-the-scenes showcase join the tour's permanent DC Universe: The Exhibit collection. The exhibition features authentic props and costumes from the film, as well as the chance to visit some of the most iconic set designs from this summer's hit film, including the Amazon armory, Dr. Maru's laboratory complete with gas masks, and the London department store where Diana transforms from her Amazonian princess garb to an outfit befitting an Edwardian lady. Props and costumes on display include those used and worn by Gal Gadot (Diana Prince/Wonder Woman), Chris Pine (Steve Trevor), Danny Huston (General Ludendorff), Elena Anaya (Dr. Maru), and Robin Wright (Antiope). Click through to see more of the costumes and props that are now on display.
Pose with Diana's sword in its original relic display
Stuntwomen Caitlin Dechelle and Michaela Facchinello pose with the "God-killer."
Detail of Wonder Woman's shield and boot
Wonder Woman in No Man's Land
Diana (Gal Gadot) dons her iconic Wonder Woman costume (on display here) in the film's thrilling No Man's Land sequence.
Opening of the exhibit
Actors Lucy Davis (Etta), Eugene Brave Rock (The Chief), Samantha Jo (Euboea), Gal Godot's stunt double Caitlin Dechelle, and stuntwoman Michaela Facchinello were on hand to open the Wonder Woman Behind-The-Scenes Experience on July 31, 2017.
Amazon costume worn by Robin Wright (Antiope)
Shopping in London
Actress Lucy Davis (Etta) poses with her costume from the London department store sequence in the film.
Opening day of the exhibition
Actors Eugene Brave Rock (The Chief), Lucy Davis (Etta), Caitlin Dechelle (Stunts), Samantha Jo (Euboea) and Mickey Facchinello (Stunts) attend the exhibition opening.
Wonder Woman's costume
Numerous props from the film, including extensive battle gear, are on display.
Ready for battle
Actors Caitlin Dechelle (L), Samantha Jo (C), and stuntwoman Michaela Facchinello (R) unleash their inner Amazons at the exhibition opening.
Amazon history story book
Wonder Woman fans can dive into Amazon lore with the props on display.
Connie Nielsen wore this costume as the Queen of the Amazons.
Wonder Woman's costume
"I will fight for those who cannot fight for themselves..."
Stuntwomen Mickey Facchinello (L) and Caitlin Dechelle pose with a costume worn by Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman.
Amazons just wanna have fun
Actors Caitlin Dechelle, Samantha Jo and Mickey Facchinello show off a more playful side at the exhibition opening.
Sir Patrick and Etta
See costumes worn by David Thewlis and Lucy Davis.
"Only love will truly save the world..."
Attendees will see a range of authentic Wonder Woman props and costumes on display.