‘Wonder Woman’ movie was one of the most acclaimed DC productions of all times. Even though it featured a woman (obviously) as the leading character, the movie had not a single drop of the same old sweeping generalizations. On the contrary, the action and events were raw, candid, and felt real. Thanks to its authentic touch, the production has recently hit the threshold of $400 million. As of recently, Warner Bros announced the upcoming Blu-Ray product. Etta Candy received an entire short clip among other bonus features.
Wonder Woman Two Is Already in Production and Will Appear December 2019
Wonder Woman proved to be an explosive success in every way. Only a month after the movie premiere, DC announced the sequel to Diana’s story coming in December 2019. Until then, the new fans are left with the endless loop watching that is unlocked through Blu-ray and DVD. As usual, the studio will offer bonus features.
Usually, the home video release comes with exclusive behind the scenes materials and other interesting featurettes. However, DC added something brand new in the equation. Etta Candy is going to have its own short clip which is different than a scene which was ulterior cut. She is the loyal secretary of Steve Trevor and her clever side mixed with ingenuity was brilliantly enacted by actress Lucy Davis.
The Exclusive Short Clip Will Follow Etta Candy in Her Attempt to Save the World
The title of the short will be “Etta’s Mission” and will follow Etta’s endeavor to save the world with the help of the boys, Sameer, Charlie, and Chief Napi. It is unlikely that Wonder Woman herself would appear here. Nonetheless, Lucy Davis managed to make her character memorable and esteemed with just a few moments on the big screen.
“Etta Candy gets the boys back together for a secret mission that could impact humanity’s future.”
The mini-plot seems intriguing enough to make it worth the view. On top of that, the home videos will also feature a blooper reel, extended scenes that were cut from the released production, behind-the-scenes insight, and featurettes that will reveal more about Diana’s history.
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