Early Positive Reactions At First Screening Of "Wonder Woman"

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Last week I was wondering why Patty Jenkins' "Wonder Woman" wasn't screened yet for critics ahead of its June 2nd release date. This morning I received an invite to a May 30th screening at the Regal Fenway cinema here in Boston.  That's still very close to its release date and fellow journo friends of mine in other cities have the same time frame for their own screening of the film. Why so close to the release date? You'd think they'd want to build word of mouth around it, or maybe the film just isn't critic proof? The quality of a film is always doubted when the studio decides to screen it at the very last minute ...

Twitter reactions from fan screenings seem to be positive though:

“@AndrewKruzel @PattyJenks I can’t get into specifics but @GalGadot gives a beautiful, nuanced, powerful performance, @PattyJenks is SO GOOD with actors. #WonderWoman” –Marc Andreyko (@marcandreyko)

“Heard some Wonder Woman reactions. Can’t say anything except I can’t wait for everyone to hear them.” –Paul Shirey  (@arcticninjapaul)

“I just saw Wonder Woman. Not allowed to talk about it yet… but will say Patty Jenkins is a wonderful human who is too good for this world.” –Anna Klassen (@AnnaJKlassen)

“#WonderWoman has more action than #BatmanvSuperman” –Batman-News.com (@BatmanNewsCom)
“Saw something tonight been dreaming about since I was little. “Wonder” what it was? 🤐@wonderwomanfilm #sheiswonderwoman #wonderwoman” –Tiffany Smith (@TiffanysTweets)
“@Tay_Hartman @BatmanNewsCom It was me! I’m embargoed but I suppose they started it. It really is good. Dark but funny too. Gadot is great and the Amazons are brilliant” –Andy Lea (@andyleasreviews)
“When seeing Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Justice League #1 is the second coolest part of the evening, I realize how lucky I am.” –Andrew Dyce (@andrewbdyce)