Warner Bros. has released the opening scene of ‘Wonder Woman 1984,’ featuring a young Diana participating in some Amazonian Olympics.

Christmas has come early for anyone dying to see Wonder Woman 1984 — or at least the first few minutes.
While the Wonder Woman sequel won’t be out until Dec. 25, Warner Bros. is giving fans an early taste by releasing the opening scene, which you can watch below.
The footage takes Diana (Gal Gadot) back to her childhood in Themyscira, reminiscing on the “magical land” of her youth. We see her as a young kid as she races through green fields to participate in a sort of Amazonian Olympics. After watching all the warrior women perform athletic feats as the crowd goes wild, Diana steps up to the plate. General Antiope (Robin Wright), Diana’s aunt, gives her a few words of advice as Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen), her mother, watches from above.
The clip then transitions to scenes of an adult Diana fighting as Wonder Woman in the 1980s, intercut with young Diana running an obstacle course in Themyscira. We also see Diana meet Barbara Ann Minerva (Kristen Wiig), who will end up becoming the supervillain Cheetah.
Wonder Woman 1984 will be available in select theaters and on HBO Max on Dec. 25.
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