Tuesday night, Warner Bros. aired a half-hour special on its upcoming superhero movies on The CW, and one of the biggest reveals was a first look at 2017's "Wonder Woman" movie.
Starring Gal Gadot ("Fast and Furious" franchise) and Chris Pine ("Star Trek"), the film will explore the origin story of the Amazon princess.
"People don't know her origin like they know Superman's origin and Batman's origin," explained DC Comics chief creative officer Geoff Johns. "So, what we want to do in the film is really tell people who she is, where she comes from, and why she does what she does."
"We're going to see her coming of age," teased Gadot. "Her entire history. What's her mission."
Johns described the 75-year-old character as the "best warrior in the DC universe."
"These Amazons were once created to protect man's world, but they've since abandoned it," Johns added. "Diana's asking constantly, 'Why don't we go do what we were created to do and protect man?' And they say, 'Because they're not worth it.' This takes her on a journey into our world."
What followed was footage of Wonder Woman on horseback in a wooded area. We see her alongside Pine's character, Steve Trevor, in costume and out of it. We also see Gadot fighting off a few bad guys.
The first footage from the film has made its way on to YouTube.
Check it out before it's pulled: