"Wonder Woman" Joins DC Universe: The Exhibit at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

Costumes and props from the blockbuster movie are now on view.

Costume from "Wonder Woman" on view at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood
Costume from "Wonder Woman" (2017) | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

This summer's blockbuster Wonder Woman wowed audiences with its epic adventure and love story, shattering records as the biggest U.S. opening ever for a film directed by a woman (Patty Jenkins). Now the beloved Wonder Woman character is back in the spotlight as part of the award-winning Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood, joining the magical Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts exhibit, the iconic Friends set, Pretty Little Liars memorabilia, the La La Land-inspired Café Sur Le Lot, and the legendary New York Street we’ve seen in a million movies.

Wonder Woman costume from "DC Universe: The Exhibit" at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood
Wonder Woman costume from "DC Universe: The Exhibit" | Instagram by @yahoo

The 110-acre lot also features DC Universe: The Exhibit, a collection full of our favorite heroes and villains in comic book, video game and cinematic form. That universe now includes authentic costumes and props from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the Wonder Woman movie on display, bringing the super-heroine and her cohorts to life for fans from far and wide.

Fashionistas can picture themselves in star Gal Gadot’s actual boots, boldly stating her line, “I will fight for those who cannot fight for themselves!” Then imagine the weight of that golden tiara, study the intricacies of her sword, and relish the power of the Lasso of Hestia wrapped around a trembling Steve Trevor (played by Chris Pine).

Steve Trevor costume from "Wonder Woman" on view at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood
Steve Trevor costume from "Wonder Woman" | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

Props and costumes used by Pine will be on display as well, along with clothing worn by Danny Huston (General Ludendorff), Elena Anaya (Dr. Maru), Said Taghmaoui (Sameer), Ewen Bremner (Charlie), and Eugene Brave Rock (The Chief).

The "Godkiller" from "Wonder Woman" at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood
The "Godkiller" from "Wonder Woman" | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

Design lovers will adore the showcase of set elements, including the relic display with the "Godkiller," the No Man’s Land vignette, Dr. Maru’s Laboratory and gas masks, and the ornate London department store where the Princess of Themyscira gets her Diana Prince makeover.

Costumes for Queen Hippolyta and Antiope from "Wonder Woman" at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood
Costumes for Queen Hippolyta and Antiope | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

And of course, there's everything Amazon—the entire armory of the women warriors is also on display. (Imagine fighting and horseback riding on the beach wielding those things!)

Amazon weapons from "Wonder Woman" at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood
Amazon weapons from "Wonder Woman" | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

The Wonder Woman exhibit is now on view at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is open Monday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with studio tours departing every 30 minutes and extended hours offered during the summer, spring break, and winter holiday seasons. Reservations are recommended and all children eight years or older are welcome. Tickets can be purchased online at www.wbstudiotour.com or by calling 818-977-TOUR (8687).

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