To close out what’s been a very busy week here on HeyUGuys we’ve got a little something for you Wonder Woman fans out there. It is a film that reinvigorated the superhero movie genre. It earned Patty Jenkins a well-deserved shot at the highly-anticipated sequel, and was a genuinely thrilling film with a keen visual identity and a star-making turn from Gal Gadot.

On the day when we broke a story about the future of the DCEU it feels right to look back at one of the franchise’s most underrated elements – the craftsmanship. We’ve got an early look at one of the special features on the forthcoming Wonder Wonder Blu-ray and DVD (out on Digital Download on the 24th of September and on 4K, 3D, Blu-ray and DVD on the 9th of October) and it’s an intriguing look inside the production of one of our films of the year.

Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine talk us through some of the more interesting elements of the shoot, including the World War 1 battle scenes and the iconic moment Gal Gadot happens upon her costume. The love of the source material and the desire to honour the artists who created the character is evident. We loved the film, and can’t wait to see it again.

Here’s the video,