Wonder Woman will finally hit theaters in only a couple more weeks, and movie-goers will get to see the first movie starring a DC Comics superheroine in quite a long time. It's therefore only fitting that The CW's Supergirl found the perfect way to bring a little Wonder Woman to DC TV in anticipation of the big movie. Check out the ladies of Supergirl honoring Wonder Woman in this awesome extended video, which has not been released in full on TV:
The video bringing the current Supergirl, a former Lois Lane, and an iconic Wonder Woman together in pairs of killer boots to hype Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman has to be one of the most delightful ways a superhero movie has ever been promoted. Given that Supergirl is unique among network superhero series for its female lead, it's only fitting that this group of ladies was the one of the Arrow-verse who got to film a video in anticipation of Wonder Woman starring in her own feature on the big screen. I can't speak for anybody else, but I'm going to have "These Boots Are Made For Walking" stuck in my head for the foreseeable future!
It's a good thing that the video does indeed end on Kara awesomely wearing the Wonder Woman boots that we've seen on Gal Gadot, because it might otherwise have seemed like the most fabulous boots went to the villainess. Nothing against Kara's red Supergirl boots or President Marsdin's gold boots, but there's some delightfully comic book-esque about Queen Rhea's sparkly heels. They definitely could qualify as weapons if wielded correctly, I'd say. Those are some sharp heels! Kara ultimately wins with her borrowed Wonder Woman boots.
Honestly, as delightful as the entire extended video is, the best part really might be Kara's final arm-cross move that was pure Wonder Woman. Kara must have learned it from that "friend" of hers; I wouldn't be surprised if Melissa Benoist learned it from Lynda Carter herself. Carter did teach Benoist the perfect way to do the Wonder Woman twirl in Supergirl Season 2; why not this?
Given that we're probably never going to get a canonical Wonder Woman in the Arrow-verse, this video may be the closest Kara Danvers ever gets to the legendary superheroine. Of course, we can always hope that Gal Gadot somehow appears in a future season. If Katie McGrath can pitch Jason Momoa appearing on Supergirl, surely we can dream that Gal Gadot will appear as well. Anything feels possible nowadays when it comes to superheroines.
Supergirl has officially ended for Season 2, but you can luckily see more of Wonder Woman when her movie is released on June 2, 2017. Stay tuned to CinemaBlend for the latest in superhero news, and don't forget to check out our summer TV premiere schedule to discover all your viewing options now and in the coming weeks. Be sure to drop by our rundowns for cable/streaming and broadcast TV renewals and cancellations as well. Our TV season finale schedule can give you all you need to know about your shows ending.