Wonder Woman’s red carpet Los Angeles premiere will be taking place on Thursday May 25th, at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre at 5pm PDT.
The premiere has been confirmed and listed on Facebook by What’s On The Red Carpet US.
Gal Gadot stars as Wonder Woman in the upcoming DC superhero action. The Los Angeles premiere is set for Thursday, May 25, 2017 at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, Hollywood Blvd, CA.
it’s also being reported that soon after the premiere the embargo for the reviews for the film will be also lifted, if those reports are accurate, the Wonder Woman’s reviews will be up a week prior to the film’s release date on June 2nd.
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