5 ways Wonder Woman has taken over the web

Image: Warner Bros. PICTURES

Wonder Woman has long been a pillar of feminine strength. She stands alongside Rosie the Riveter as an icon of female empowerment, and of women getting things done.

But she’s more than that.

In comics, she often shows kindness and compassion, even to those who oppose her. She fights for what is right, even when the odds are stacked against her.

With the release of the Wonder Woman film on June 2, Diana Prince will also be the first female superhero to star in her own solo film. This is an important milestone for the entertainment industry, and from looking at what fans are saying online, theyre more than ready.

With so much buzz building for the release of the film, its clear that the time is right to tell a different kind of superhero story. From getting teen girls excited about coding and highlighting creative fan art to giveaways and new content every week on Wonder Wednesdays, heres how everyones favorite Amazonian princess is inspiring people all over the web.

Suiting up like Princess Diana

Fans have already found a rallying cry in Wonder Womans classic power pose: arms crossed, a look of pure determination across their faces. To cement the stance as an iconic element of the campaign, the Wonder Woman team rolled out the Gauntlet Creator, allowing fans to create their own kick ass cuffs and share photos online.

Fans can customize a pair of digital armbands and then snap a photo that puts them right in Wonder Womans shoes er, cuffs. The web app transforms fans into their own kind of warrior, empowering pose and all. Thanks internet!

Image: Warner Bros. PICTURES

Inspiring a new generation

Inspired by the release of Wonder Woman, Warner Bros. Pictures and Google’s Made with Code are teaming up to help motivate teenage girls by teaching them how to program. By showcasing the unexpected and interesting ways that computer science is used in different industries like making movies theyre helping to inspire while also teaching a valuable skill.

In conjunction with Warner Bros. Pictures, Google’s Made with Code has developed a Wonder Woman coding project, in which teen girls are taught introductory coding principles to create various scenes from the movie. Amber Kirsch, the Lead Visual Effects producer on the film, will serve as a Google’s Made with Code mentor, sharing how computer science is critical to the production of Hollywood films.

The partnership will kick off with the Google’s Made with Code + Wonder Woman launch event, where Kirsch will serve as the keynote speaker. But the partnership goes beyond coding. By tapping into the essence of Wonder Womans trademark wisdom, its also about learning and creating a problem-solving, future-thinking mindset that leads to the development of strong, effective leaders and visionaries.

A Snapchat game paying homage to 16-bit

The past meets the present and puts it all in your hands.

From the minds behindWonder Woman‘smarketing team,Sticky Studios, and the creative team at Snapchat comes a new project that channels the entertainment consoles of the past with a new 16-bit Snapchat game.The easy to play and addictive Rise of the Warrior game features Wonder Woman striding onto the battlefield to cross No Man’s Land in order to put an end to the conflict by defeating enemy soldiers.

By paying homage to the retro gaming consoles that so many grew up on, the new Wonder Woman game lets people relive their childhood by giving users the power to play as a 16-bit Princess Diana right on their smartphones.

Showcasing creativity with Fan Art Fridays

Wonder Woman has always had a commanding presence her poise, her fierceness, and her determination combine to create an image that people just cant help but be inspired by.

After all, Wonder Woman was born on the page first making her mark in All Star Comics in 1941. From there, shes inspired a league of artists, illustrators, and graphic designers along the way. Now, artists from all over the world are submitting their one-of-a-kind pieces as part of Fan Art Fridays, a weekly showcase that puts this iconic woman as the star of the show.

From pencil sketches and comic interpretations to fine art depictions and abstract renderings, the Art of Wonder fan art on display has been nothing short of extraordinary. Get inspired by browsing through submissions on social media by exploring the hashtag #WWFanArt and submit your own!

We are all Wonder Woman

Ever secretly thought that you had what it takes to be Wonder Woman? Or at least that youd look really good in that crown? Nows your chance to prove it.

A new Snapchat filter, lens, and Facebook Camera Mask helps to transform you into Princess Diana herself.

So no matter where you come from, what you do, or who you are, you can find inspiration in knowing that we all have a little bit of Wonder Womans strength in us.

The Wonder Woman marketing team has already rolled out special activations for Coachella and Mothers Day, but stay tuned because theres something extra special hitting your mobile screens on May 31.

In the meantime, snap to unlock the exclusive #WonderWoman Snapchat filter now!

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