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Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot, is still a couple months away but DC Entertainment/Warner Bros. and Mattel are getting ahead of the movie with some new merchandise to garner some interest for little girls.

Warner Bros. Consumer Products teamed with Mattel to create a line of Wonder Woman toys ahead of the film, debuting this weekend in an exclusive, “first-to-market release” at Walmart stores nationwide. Through April 28, 2017, Walmart will offer Wonder Woman-inspired dolls and toys which includes a 2-pack set of Wonder Woman with her beau Steve Trevor. More exclusive dolls will start rolling out during the month of May with products from Jakks Pacific, Funko and Fisher-Price.

“We’re thrilled to bring Wonder Woman front and center to retailers worldwide in support of her first solo feature film,” Warner Bros. Consumer Products president Pam Lifford said in a statement. “WBCP has developed an incredible assortment of trend-right products in collaboration with our best-in-class licensees, allowing fans of all ages to express their fandom and bring Wonder Woman’s empowerment, inspiration and beauty to life.”

Additionally, Wonder Woman toys will also start rolling out from The LEGO Group, Rubie’s Costumes, Funko, Bioworld, New Era, Hallmark and more will launch wide through multiple retailers internationally on April 7, 2017.

Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman opens in theaters June 2, 2017.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

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Christina E. Janke

Christina is the co-host of “Intro to Geek” on Shauncastic and Editor-in-Chief at Agents of Geek. Her love of all things Mass Effect knows no bounds. She also carries an obsession with comic books, video games, and quirky television shows. Her heroes are Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Gail Simone. She hopes to be just like them when she grows up.

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