Steve Pops the Question in a New Justice Society: World War II Clip
For nearly 80 years, Wonder Woman has only had eyes for Steve Trevor. But in Justice Society: World War II, marriage isn’t in the cards just yet. Warner Bros. has just released a new clip from the upcoming animated film where Steve asks the Amazon warrior to take their relationship to the next level. Unfortunately, he doesn’t get the answer he’s hoping for.
The lighthearted scene shows Steve, dressed in his military uniform, proposing to Diana with a diamond ring. As if this wasn’t enough pressure already, her Justice Society teammates are looking on. Also in attendance is Barry Allen, the modern-day Flash who can’t believe what he’s seeing. However, Barry becomes even more confused when Diana swiftly rejects Steve’s proposal and everyone else barely reacts. Luckily, the soldier isn’t a stranger to rejection at this point. Jay Garrick tells Barry that Steve asks Diana to marry him every day and she always says no. But according to Steve himself, the possibility that she might change her mind one day “makes every other day just worth it.”
Justice Society: World War II marks the first time that the Golden Age superteam has headlined its own DC’s animated movie. When Barry Allen finds himself stuck in the 1940s, he aids the era’s heroes in their battle against the Nazis. Matt Bomer and Stana Katic lead the voice cast as Barry and Wonder Woman, respectively. The film also features the voices of Omid Abtahi (Hawkman), Elysia Rotaru (Black Canary), Matthew Mercer (Hourman), and Armen Taylor (Jay Garrick).
Warner Bros. Animation will release Justice Society: World War II digitally on April 27. The film will later arrive on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray on May 11.
You can check out the latest clip from the movie below, then share your thoughts in the comment section!
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