Wonderwoman

Synopsis: When a pilot crashes and tells of conflict in the outside world, Diana, an Amazonian warrior in training, leaves home to fight a war, discovering her full powers and true destiny.
Year:
2017
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Fade in.

EXT. THE EARTH (FROM SPACE) 1

The EARTH as seen from space, perfect and seemingly

serene.

DIANA (V.O.)

I used to want to save the

world...

The distant SOUND OF TRIBAL DRUMS as we DESCEND planet-

ward. CIRCLING the globe, CLOSER as the DRUMS BUILD.

DIANA (V.O.)

This beautiful place.

LOUDER DRUMS SOARING OVER oceans and continents. CLOSER.

DIANA (V.O.)

But the closer you get, the more

you see the great darkness

simmering within.

Finally, we arrive in PARIS, FRANCE.

2 EXT. LOUVRE MUSEUM (PARIS) - EARLY MORNING 2

The LOUVRE MUSEUM -- with its 16th-Century architecture

and its I.M. Pei glass-and-metal PYRAMIDS -- a place

where the past and the future meet.

DIANA PRINCE (30), antiquities expert, strides towards

the Louvre, passing ARMED MILITARY at guard and alert.

DIANA (V.O.)

And mankind? That's another story

altogether.

A TRUCK pulls up, blocking our VIEW. ARMED SECURITY

OFFICERS exit, unloading a CRATE from WAYNE ENTERPRISES

addressed to DIANA PRINCE: CURATOR.

3 INT. LOUVRE MUSEUM - CORRIDOR - CONTINUOUS ACTION 3

Diana walks down a HALLWAY with Assyrian bas-relief

sculptures showing the good, and the bad, of humanity

throughout history. She takes this in.

DIANA (V.O.)

What one does faced with the

truth, is more difficult than you

think.

2.

4 INT. LOUVRE MUSEUM - DIANA'S OFFICE - MINUTES LATER 4

The CRATE is delivered to Diana -- a wall-mounted

COLLECTION OF ANCIENT WEAPONRY and GREEK ANTIQUITIES

behind her.

She eyes the WAYNE ENTERPRISES LOGO warily.

Now alone at her desk, Diana opens the crate and looks

inside, stunned.

REVEAL THE ORIGINAL DAGUERREOTYPE of Diana from BvS --

She's in her WONDER WOMAN ARMOR, surrounded by a band of

SOLDIERS -- her friends -- from long ago.

DIANA (V.O.)

I learned this the hard way. A

long, long time ago. And now I

will never be the same.

She holds up the unsigned note accompanying the photo:

"I found the original. Maybe one day you'll tell me your

story."

She contemplates the faces of her friends long dead. Her

eyes focus in on a man we'll soon know as STEVE TREVOR.

She lingers on him, and then drifts to herself.

Surrounded by HISTORY, Diana is overwhelmed by the memory

of how this photo -- and Wonder Woman -- came to be --

CUT TO:

5 EXT. ARMY TRAINING GROUNDS (THEMYSCIRA) - DAY 5

THE PAST. Flashes of AMAZONS as they train for COMBAT on

VARIOUS PLATEAUS extending from the edge of the CLIFFS of

Themyscira.

The Amazons train with WEAPONS, CLASHING and TESTING one

another to their limits.

DOZENS of ARMORED FEMALE WARRIORS -- AMAZONS -- engage in

a dazzling array of training exercises. Every Amazon is

an ageless beauty, between 30 and 50. They spar with BO

STAVES, KNIVES, SWORDS. Practice ARCHERY, SPEAR

THROWING, and LASSO from HORSEBACK. It's breathtaking --

-- and YOUNG DIANA (8), Princess of Themyscira, watches

it all from the edge of the field. Her eyes blaze with

admiration.

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Allan Heinberg

Allan Heinberg (born June 29, 1967) is an American film screenwriter, television writer and producer and comic book writer. Heinberg is the screenwriter of the film Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins. His television writing and producing credits include The Naked Truth, Party Of Five, Sex And The City, Gilmore Girls, The O.C., Grey's Anatomy, Looking, and Scandal. Most recently, Heinberg developed, wrote, and ran ABC’s The Catch, starring Mireille Enos and Peter Krause. For Marvel Comics, Heinberg created and wrote Young Avengers and its sequel, Avengers: The Children’s Crusade with co-creator/artist Jim Cheung. For DC Comics, Heinberg co-wrote JLA: Crisis Of Conscience with Geoff Johns (art by Chris Batista), and re-launched Wonder Woman with artists Terry and Rachel Dodson. more…

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