Wonder Woman: Scenes in the Square - Leicester Square
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Wonder Woman

Get ready to gaze-up in awe at DC’s iconic Super Hero, Wonder Woman, seen bursting through a wall in Leicester Square as part of Scenes in the Square.

at Vue West End, 3 Cranbourn Street, WC2H 7AL.

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Discover the iconic DC Super Hero Wonder Woman seen bursting heroically through the Vue West End Cinema wall in one of her most athletic and powerful moments, inspired by a battle scene from the 2017 film “Wonder Woman”.

First appearing in All Star Comics #8 in 1941, Wonder Woman (a.k.a. Diana Prince) is seen here brandishing the Lasso of Truth as she seeks to bring peace, justice and equality to all of humanity.

For those approaching from Leicester Square tube station this will be the first statue seen in the interactive statue trail.

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Want to immerse yourself in movies?


Tune-in to the ultimate soundtrack to accompany your journey through the Scenes in the Square trail.

Narrated by TV’s Alex Zane, our audio walking tour has been specially designed with social distancing in mind. Plus, it’s completely FREE.

Packed with movie clips, trivia, humour and interviews with stars including Paddington’s Hugh Bonneville and Gene Kelly’s wife and biographer Patricia Ward Kelly, the tour is available on all podcast platforms.

Learn more about the audio walking tour here.

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Did you know?

Released in 2017, the Wonder Woman film was the highest US opening for a female director, Patty Jenkins.

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Sculpted by Samantha Wild, this has been the most complex statue to produce, combining the detailed sculpt of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman herself with realistic wall rubble created by sampling the actual wall and a complex bent steel light tube lasso which will be illuminated all day.

The sculpting team have been fortunate enough to receive extensive assets and feedback from filmmakers from the set of the film to ensure this statue packs a real punch.

Warner Bros. Pictures’ Wonder Woman 1984 will be released in cinemas in 2020. DC, Wonder Woman: TM & (C) DC.

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