Wonder Woman 1984 Golden Armor Gets Compared to the Batsuit

Wonder Woman 1984 Golden Armor Gets Compared to the Batsuit

Also as Matt Reeves Upcoming Batman Crusader’s uniform for the film, going for a serious, homemade beauty Wonder Woman 1984 Batman is drawing inspiration from Christopher Nolan on the costume. dark Knight Costume designer Lindy Hemming spoke of bringing the golden armor of Wonder Woman to life for the upcoming film.

Hemming explained that the golden armor is made of “a magnificent underseat”, made of “small panels of canteens”, mounted on a catsuit, on top of which are painted gold paint, 3D-, made by Pierre Bohna. Printed polyurethane items have been added. The costume designer compared Golden Armor to Batman’s ‘Armadillo-like’ suit.

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“It’s like a batsuit, or anything: all small parts. Articulation like an armadillo means that the person can move and bend, and it will return to its previous position. After that, it will wear off. Was not pleasant – and no armor of any kind is pleasant to wear! “

One of the most iconic pieces of equipment in Wonder Woman’s arsenal in the Golden Armor comics, where it is depicted as a straight-fighting armor according to the gear used by soldiers in ancient Greece. For Hemming, the challenge of creating armor was to present it together in such a way that parts of the costume could be worn for different shots, presenting the illusion of being full armor.

“[Gal Gadot] Could wear part of the armor. So she could free her legs while she was being filmed from the waist up. And the wings would be carried away when they were not needed, which was often. Patty wanted the wings to be ‘one woman each of shields, so no one could attack her.’

To pull the effect, Hemming created several sets of wings, some with cage-like structures to feature camera shots of Gal Gadot wearing the wings.

In addition to discussing the work Hemming brought to bring Golden Armor to life, the film’s director Patty Jenkins also gave some hints about a character who has yet to be placed in the shadows during the film’s promotion; The main villain, Cheetah, was played by Kristen Wiig, and she had an affair with Wonder Woman.

“What I love about it, they really start as friends. And hopefully, you’ll agree that the development of enemies is tracked systematically. It’s wrong to be like a friendship – like That two people go on different journeys in life. “

Wiig teases himself that “there is a different version of the cheetah that you will see in the film.” According to Jenkins, in addition to the Cheetah, Pedro Pascal is also in the film as Media Mogul / Supervillen Maxwell Lord, who ties the Cheetah with Wonder Woman, although “they never become a couple or anything.”

Such teasers and behind-the-scenes features are making fans more eager to watch than before Wonder Woman 1984 On the big screen. It is expected that the film will be able to stick to its release date of October 2 instead of being postponed again. This news came from Syfy.com.

Topics: Wonder Woman 2, Wonder Woman

Neeraj Chand

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