Warner Bros. is continuing its 100th anniversary celebration by bringing one of its biggest stars to one of its biggest attractions. Warner Bros. Discovery, DC, and Visit Burbank have brought a statue of Wonder Woman to Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood.
"Wonder Woman is one of the world’s most beloved and iconic DC Super Heroes of all time — A Champion of Truth, Justice and Warrior for Peace," Pam Lifford, President, Global Brands, Franchises and Experiences for Warner Bros., said. "As we kick off the Warner Bros. 100th Anniversary - Sharing Every Story, Wonder Woman is part of this company's story and legacy. Not only is she a prominent fixture of the Studio Tour, she will now be a permanent fixture as our story continues for the next 100 years."
"Wonder Woman" director Patty Jenkins joined Lifford to unveil the Wonder Woman statue.
The 600-plus-pound Wonder Woman statue was based on a design by artist Jenny Frison and was crafted by Burbank's American Fine Arts Foundry and Fabrication.
For tickets to experience the tour, which includes the Stage 48: Script to Screen and Action and Magic Made Here atttractions, please visit our partner's Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood tickets page.
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