HOT RUMOR: What The Villain Is After In ‘Wonder Woman’

Last month, our peeps at JoBlo dropped some juicy details about the upcoming Wonder Woman which starts shooting this month. Through my sources, I was able to get a solid piece on intel on what Ares, the villain of the movie is after. Now the following is unconfirmed and could change during production so take with a grain of salt as always pending further confirmation yet interesting nonetheless.

We produced this cool little Heroic Scoop video so please check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below. We hope to produce more scoop videos in the future and I think this a step in the right direction.

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For those who don’t want to see the video and get right to the point, we got you covered as well. So sources tell me that Ares has a blade he stole from the Amazons, it has enough power to make him the most powerful God and take over Olympus. However, the sword is locked and to activate it Ares wants to start World War 3 and use the power he will get from it to open the powers of the blade. As the God of War, Ares draws and nourishes his powers from malevolent psychic energy. After the final battle at the end of Wonder Woman, the sword disappears and Diana is supposedly looking for it in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. 

Remember, as previously reported Wonder Woman takes place before the events of Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice so the aforementioned gives Diana another reason to be on Earth besides keeping tabs on the meta humans. Pretty cool stuff.

Wonder Woman drops in theaters on June 23rd, 2017.

Umberto Gonzalez

Umberto Gonzalez

Umberto Gonzalez has been covering the fanboy beat & breaking scoops for 14 years with numerous Hollywood trade, newspaper, & magazine mentions to his credit.

  • Dave965

    This movie takes place during World War One, so wouldn’t Ares be trying to start World War Two ? Also, World War One wasn’t even called WW1 until the outbreak of WW2.

    • Lokitty Laufeyson

      Quite a while after, acually

      I would take exceptional pessimism to call it World War One straight away XD

      • thecheesaman

        Actually it was first called the first world war in memoirs of it published in 1920 by Charles à Court Repington. But it was not generally referred to as the First World War until the Second World War broke out. The term was first discussed by him with a Major Johnston in September 1918