Wonder Woman’s Invisible Jet isn’t in the new movie

Or is it?

People Magazine has published an interview with Diane Nelson, President of DC Entertainment, in honor of Wonder Woman’s 75th anniversary. Created by psychologist/polyamorist/bondage enthusiast William Moulton Marston in 1941, Wonder Woman has survived through decades of revamps and continuity shake ups, enduring as the most iconic female superhero in the world.

The 75th anniversary will see an Amazonian assortment of merch, from toys to high fashion, capping off with the highly anticipated 2017 Wonder Woman feature film starring Gal Gadot as the Themyscirian princess.

The interview concludes with Nelson dropping a tidbit that will perhaps sadden hardcore fans, but should generally make sense to most reasonable people:

There is no invisible jet,” Nelson spills. “Not in this iteration.”

Of course, there’s no way to prove that the jet isn’t actually in the film, being invisible and all. So, if you’re the sort to be saddened by this revelation, just tell yourself it’s actually there, in, like, every single frame. Feel better?


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