In this day and age, we movie fans (especially comic book movie fans) have become so desperate that we start looking for news on our favorite upcoming films in toys.
Don't feel embarrassed, because it's paying off. Recently, a picture surfaced of a Wonder Woman bust based on her appearance in 'Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice', which includes a bio for the character in the film and offers an interesting tidbit: Her occupation as a civilian.
So far, Wonder Woman, played by Gal Gadot, has been one of the most mysterious aspects of 'Batman vs Superman' to the point where her voice was not heard until the final trailer that dropped in February.
With that said, aside from comic book knowledge we never really had a clear idea of what she was doing there or why she was doing it... keep in mind, we still don't, we just now know her job. And this is thanks to Instagram user wonderwomanbr, who shared the picture below:
In case you weren't able to read the bio, don't worry:
"The world’s first and foremost female Super Hero, Wonder Woman at once embodies the unrivaled force and supreme grace of a born warrior, and the genuine compassion and understanding of a true humanitarian. As a symbol of equality, power, and truth, her natural confidence and unmistakable intelligence make her an unequalled, if unexpected, ally.
The immortal Amazonian Princess Diana keeps her eyes and ears open for intrigue as the beautiful and mysterious antiquities dealer, Diana Prince."
There you have it, Diana Prince, AKA Wonder Woman will be an antiquities dealer, which explains what she's doing at the same high-profile party as Bruce Wayne.
This denies previous rumors of her being an ambassador for the Amazons and not having a secret identity as in the comic books, which is supported by the latest trailer, in which Ben Aff - Bruce Wayne has no idea of who she is.
What do you think about DIana Prince's occupation? It would make sense after all the time spent on Earth during the first World War... you know, after so many years you get around to collecting everything you see and if you live long enough, they eventually become antiques.