“Wonder Woman” is set to hit theaters on June 2, 2017, and fans are extremely excited about what the fourth DC Extended Universe movie could bring to the table. Now, Warner Bros. not too long ago revealed the film’s soundtrack with song titles, and chances are, it could give us an idea of what to expect.
The most notable title from the list is “The God of War.” We’ve long known that “Wonder Woman” would feature Ares, The God of War, as the main villain. Within the trailers, we’ve seen him in his human disguise, which suggests he’s manipulating the people to gain power.
If we look at where on the list the song titled is placed, it’s almost safe to say we’ll hear it in the middle of the movie, and as such, fans should keep an eye out for Wonder Woman and Ares having a dangerous first confrontation here.
Wonder Woman’s Wrath
Seeing as she’s new to fighting Gods, it’s not too farfetched to believe Ares will wipe the floor with her the first time around and probably kill some humans in the process.
Before the rise of “The God of War” music, the movie brings forth “Wonder Woman’s Wrath.” It’s difficult to say what’s going on here, but if we were to guess, then we’d say Diana grew tired of the war around here and decided to get fully involved in taking down the opposing army and those involved at the top.
With the Princess of the Amazons causing immense damage, we expect this is where Ares decides to make his presence known in a bid to put an end to the threat.
There’s a super weapon in “Wonder Woman, ” and we believe it has something to do with lightning. The trailer shows Wonder Woman moving against some form of weaponry with electricity springing from it.
Then again, since we’re dealing with the Greek Gods here, there’s always the possibility of Zeus himself making an appearance to aid Wonder Woman. He’s the creator of the Amazons, and there’s no word on whether or not he lives.
This soundtrack appears to come at the end of the film, and from our point of view, it gives the impression of a happy conclusion to the war. Steve Trevor might have survived the conflict, which leads the movie to give viewers a Disney type of happy ending.
But that might not be the case since in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” Wonder Woman had chosen to no longer defend the world of man. Something terrible must have happened to force her to make such a drastic decision. We’re not sure of the exact outcome, but this shouldn’t be an issue come June 2, 2017.
Here’s the list
- Amazons of Themyscira
- History Lesson
- Angel on The Wing
- Ludendorff, Enough!
- Pain, Loss & Love
- No Man’s Land
- Wonder Woman’s Wrath
- The God of War
- We Are All To Blame
- Hell Hath No Fury
- Lightning Strikes
- Trafalgar Celebration
- Action Reaction
- To Be Human – Sia (feat. Labrinth)