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2017 marks a very important year for Wonder Woman. We're not just finally going to get to see the first solo outing for Diana Prince in the summer, but she's going to play an integral role in Justice League when that's finally released in November, too. As you probably could have predicted, Gal Gadot has been very busy trying to get her performance as Wonder Woman in these films just right. She's still at it, too, because Zack Snyder has allowed Warner Bros' Ken Pejoro to share an image of the Israeli actress still hard at work on Justice League. You can check it out below.

It looks as though Gal Gadot was re-recording some dialogue for Justice League, while the individual that she is sharing the screen with is none other than Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne. The first trailer for Justice League showed that the duo have taken it upon themselves to bring together the superhero posse, which also includes Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and Superman (Henry Cavill). But the latter will only get involved once he's completed the small task of emerging from six feet under.

The trailer for the Justice League gave us a good indication of the lighter more jovial tone that the film possesses, especially in comparison to its most recent predecessor Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. You can check out the back and forth between Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot's superheroes by watching the Justice League's trailer below.

But before Justice League is actually released, we have the small matter of Wonder Woman's solo film to contend with. The trailer for Wonder Woman has not only proven Gal Gadot's credentials as the superhero, but it also suggested that it could provide the antidote to the critical maulings that Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad received, while also matching the box office returns of the films (as the pair ultimately grossed over $1.6 billion combined). You can marvel in the trailer for Wonder Woman below.

Of the two films, Wonder Woman will be with us first on June 2, while Justice League will follow on November 17.

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