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Even though story details haven’t been officially confirmed, at this point, we know that part of Patty Jenkins’ ‘Wonder Woman’ takes place during World War I-era London.  We have seen both Gal Gadot as the title hero and Chris Pine in period costumes on period sets.  Now two short video clips from the set have surfaced on Instagram.

The first video does not include the two stars (at least as far as I could see).  But it very clearly establishes the timeframe with several costumed extras and vintage vehicles.  The exact location being used, is called Lincoln’s Inn.

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Gadot and Pine do appear in the second video, although very briefly and from a distance.  Even so, see if you can spot them in the video below:

If you missed it, as the camera pans to the right and freezes, before it pans back to the left, Pine and Gadot can be seen walking onto the set from the lower right hand corner.  Pine is sporting an olive green uniform complete with hat, but Gadot might be less recognizable in an all-concealing black cloak, similar to what she was shown wearing in the first released promotional image:

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As you can see in the photo, Big Ben appears over her left shoulder, establishing that she is in London.  In the video, Pine puts his arm around Gadot, to guide her through the streets.

The current rumor is that Pine will play two roles in the film, a la Lyle Waggoner on the original ‘Wonder Woman’ TV show.  It’s believed that his one role, Steve Trevor, will be his modern day role, but he will also play Steve’s grandfather in the WWI sequences.

‘Wonder Woman’ is directed by Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, David Thewlis, Ewen Bremner, Saïd Taghmaoui, Elena Anaya and Lucy Davis.  It is scheduled for release on June 23, 2017.

Check back for more updates as they arrive.  What do you think so far?

Source: Geek Tyrant