After years of hype and false starts, the first trailer for the first major female-led superhero movie is here — and it’s, well, wonderful.

Directed by Patty Jenkins (Monster) and starring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen and Robin Wright, Wonder Woman will finally hit the big screen in June next year — and if this trailer is any indication, it’ll be worth the wait.

Warner Bros and DC Comics went all-out at Comic-Con on the weekend to convince fans they’re back on the right track after the critically maligned Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

As well as that epic Wonder Woman trailer, they also gave fans their first look at Justice League, the studio’s answer to Marvel’s Avengers. It looks a lot lighter in tone than Batman v Superman, and that’s probably a good thing.

The studio also unveiled new trailers for Lego Batman

Suicide Squad

JK Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Kong: Skull Island, which was filmed on the Gold Coast…

And Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur.

Marvel Studios also had a big presence at Comic-Con, making a few casting announcements (including Oscar winner Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, and Michael Keaton as Spider-Man nemesis The Vulture), and dropping new trailers for Doctor Strange

And Luke Cage, their latest Netflix series. (Teasers also debuted for Iron Fist and The Defenders, but they weren’t much more than logo reveals.)

HBO debuted a preview, of sorts, for the seventh season of Game of Thrones, but production has barely begun (and we won’t see the first episode until some time in 2017), so there’s not much to see here.

They did drop this fun blooper reel, though, which might tide obsessive Game of Thrones fans over for a few minutes.

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