Wonder Woman is a 2017 superhero film directed by Patty Jenkins, part of the DC Extended Universe. The story is set during World War I and follows Diana Prince, an Amazonian princess raised on the hidden island of Themyscira. After rescuing pilot Steve Trevor, Diana learns about the war and believes it is her destiny to end the conflict. As Wonder Woman, she embarks on a journey to confront Ares, the god of war, and discovers her own powers and identity. The film explores themes of heroism, sacrifice, and compassion, and it received acclaim for Gal Gadot’s portrayal, engaging action sequences, and positive representation of a female superhero. “Wonder Woman” was both a critical and commercial success, contributing to the broader DC film universe.