As part of the upcoming World War II celebration, Wonder Woman has been made into a film in Paris.
The film has been screened at the National Museum of the French Revolution and is expected to be released on November 3.
The Wonder Woman film is based on the DC Comics character created by artist and writer Geoff Johns and is based in the DC Universe.
The film is directed by Patty Jenkins, a producer on the new Warner Bros movie Man of Steel.
The new film, which has already been awarded a number of awards including best picture and best director, stars Gal Gadot as Diana Prince and will follow the adventures of the hero and her allies, as they attempt to stop a massive invasion by aliens.
It is the second time that Wonder Woman will be screened in Paris after the film premiered at the Département des Arts et de la Concorde in September 2016.
The French government has been criticised by critics for its handling of the Wonder Woman controversy.
Last month, the country was criticised for allowing a woman to be the star of the new Wonder Woman movie and was subsequently banned from watching it in cinemas.
In June, it was reported that Wonder Man, an annual film festival that features the biggest names in cinema, would be scrapped in France because of “the way it is currently conducted”.