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’Justice League’ Trailer Stars Wonder Woman Front & Center

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The future is definitely female in the world of superheroes.

San Diego Comic-Con proved just that with the release of a Justice League trailer featuring Wonder Woman absolutely killin' it. It proves this is certainly one chick you do not want to mess with.

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The four-minute clip features our beloved Amazon stealing the show.

Things need to get done, she's here for it, and there are no complaints. After all, Diana absolutely crushed it at the box office, so who wouldn't want her to return to the big screen?

Justice League picks up with the death of Superman and the newly formed League, which is about to take on the nefarious Steppenwolf. Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) are ready to fight back.

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The sneak peek that aired at Comic-Con certainly got fans pumped, and I can't blame them.

I've been re-watching the clip quite a few times myself. The November 17 release seems like lightyears away, and I'm not sure how we're going to get our Diana fix until then.

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Though we're all forced to wait until the fall for this action-packed flick, there's even more reason to celebrate.

Wonder Woman sequel is officially in the works, and I can't help but do a twirl à la Gal Gadot.

Am I surprised? No. Impatient? Very.

Wonder Woman absolutely dominated the movie industry this summer.

Not only was this flick the first-ever female-directed superhero film, it marks the largest opening weekend ever for a female director. Director Patty Jenkins' movie also reached the $600 million mark, according to Entertainment Weekly, and it took the DC crown for biggest domestic earnings in the DC Expanded Universe. However, it's still too soon for a release date for the sequel.

All of this superhero news is wonderful, even if there's a little bit of a waiting period. Stay strong — I have a feeling Diana's new movies are going to be well worth the wait.