Watch the final Wonder Woman trailer from the MTV Awards show


Chris Pine and Gal Gadot returned to the stage to unveil their fourth and final Wonder Woman trailer ahead of June 2’s release.

The first ‘Origin’ Wonder Woman trailer debuted during the Kids Choice Awards a few months ago but didn’t impact the internet the way it should have for being a big-budget superhero film. Though we’ve done our due diligence shaming Warner Bros for the lousy albeit expensive ad campaign and done our best to bolster this female superhero film with the recognition it deserves, there’s only so much to be done.

That being said, it’s time for another awards show and it happens to be one hosted on a channel that, like Nickelodeon, belongs to Viacom. Once again, Wonder Woman stars Gal Gadot and Chris Pine will attend to a unveil a “wonderful” surprise.

Gadot was the first person to announce it:

You know what bothers me most about that tweet? #WonderWoman doesn’t even have a pretty emoji yet, but #MTVAwards does. (You can’t see it here, but you if follow the link to the original tweet, you’ll see the little popcorn.)

According to some reports, Warner Bros updated their YouTube pages more than 24 hours before the event to reflect the big unveiling. Most likely, this means that tonight’s trailer will be the last full-length one.

Of course, that doesn’t mean there won’t be more clips or TV spots, but Wonder Woman is playing this one so close to the vest. While they still have Wonder Wednesdays, that’s really not doing a thing for the ad campaign. Like, tickets for the film went on sale and almost nobody noticed.

Still, Wonder Woman would tell us to be hopeful, remain optimistic. So hopefully, the trailer below will reinvigorate the internet and get everyone ready for a film that opens in less than a month.

Check out the fourth and final Wonder Woman trailer below:

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It’s everything I want from a Wonder Woman film and this trailer gives a lot more to the story — a child with a desire to protect and the understanding that violence isn’t always the answer grows into a woman who can walk up walls with the strength to crumble rocks.

Wonder Woman opens in theaters on June 2.