This weekend, moviegoers are getting their first cinematic Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but they’ll really get to see what Gal Gadot’s iteration of the character has to offer when her solo movie comes out on June 23, 2017. Because Wonder Woman is largely a period piece, much of the news surrounding the movie so far has centered on her journey through the outside world during World War I. Now we finally get a peek into Wonder Woman’s mystical home: Themyscira.

Earlier today, fans got their first look at Diana on her native island with three of the movie’s other leading ladies. Along with the photo, director Patty Jenkins gave some important details on Diana’s time there, the key figures in her life and how Wonder Woman’s crew went about crafting the Amazon environment’s look and culture. Here are the five biggest takeaways from the Entertainment Weekly report.

Diana Is The Only Child On Themyscira
Diana Is The Only Child On Themyscira
It turns out there’s more that makes Diana unique from the other Amazons besides her going into the outside world to fight crime. It turns out that Diana is the only child living on Themyscira. So on an island filled with adult, immortal women, she was the lone little one running for a while, and even after "growing up," she still wasn’t nearly as experienced as the other Amazons.

As opposed to her original made-out-of-clay origin, Wonder Woman is following in the New 52’s footsteps by having Diana be the daughter of Hippolyta and Zeus, making her a demi-goddess. It remains to be seen how the other Amazons originated in the DCEU, but in the Post-Crisis DC universe, they were the reincarnated souls of women killed by men in the pre-historic years that were later given new bodies formed from clay by the five Olympian goddesses. Maybe their background will be something similar in the movie.

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