The DC Cinematic Universe is building up quickly with Warner Bros all set to begin production on the solo Wonder Woman film. The movie will follow WB's Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad (both will release in 2016) and is sure to boost the build-up to The Justice League Part 1 (2018).
Reportedly, the Gal Gadot-starrer will start filming in London this fall and latest reports have revealed some interesting new details on the studio's fourth DCU film which releases in 2017.
According to Askanews, Wonder Woman will eventually shoot scenes in Basilicata, Italy, in addition to the UK. The fantasy/adventure is said to take place during World War I and will likely take advantage of Basilicata's unique and ancient stone structures, reports ComicBookMovie.
Moreover, Meet The Movie Press reports that Hoyte Van Hoytema will serve as the director of photography on Wonder Woman. The Dutch-Swedish cinematographer is best known for his work on Academy Award-winning films Interstellar, Her, as well as The Fight. He also recently finished working on the upcoming James Bond flick - Spectre. Meanwhile, Production Weekly has revealed that the working title for Wonder Woman is - Nightingale.
Apart from Gadot, Wonder Woman stars Chris Pine as Steve Trevor and is scheduled to release on 23 June 2017.