In just a couple of months, Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will hit theaters. Today, a few new stills from the movie were released and an update was given as to just how Wonder Woman will be incorporated into the film.
Speaking to Empire Magazine, Gal Gadot said that when the Amazonian warrior is introduced in the film, she'll be more than 5,000 years old and a veteran of multiple wars.
"Because she has seen it all, she has seen what humans can do," Gadot said. "So it was very hard for her to come back and fight."
Gadot didn't provide any hint as to who roused her from retirement to help Superman and Batman defend Gotham and Metropolis, though.
Defending Gotham from every kind of invader, including Superman, will be Batman's main role in the movie, according to executive producer Charles Roven. Roven said that in this film, Bruce Wayne isn't just a vigilante.
"He has not only become the cop, if you will, he has also become the jury and the executioner," he said.
Roven echoed actor Ben Affleck's comments from earlier this month that this would be a darker Batman with a lot more contempt for the world he lives in. He added that Affleck's Batman was "angrier, tougher" after seeing what evil could accomplish.
Check out the five new stills from the movie above, including one fiery looking image that looks like it could have been taken from Mad Max: Fury Road.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters March 25.