Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Intel teamed to celebrate the home release of Patty Jenkins’ superhero movie with 300 drones in the sky above Los Angeles.
To celebrate the release of the Wonder Woman Blu-Ray this week, the two companies joined forces for a drone light show over the city skyline. Set to a live-playing of the Wonder Woman score, 300 colorful drones took to the night sky to form various different shapes, words, and logos.
Accompanying a live performance by celebrated cellist Tina Guo, Intel’s Shooting Star drones — which are programmed to create more than 4 billon color combinations — lit up the sky in front of an audience that included Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins, producers Chuck Roven and Richard Suckle, and actor Eugene Brave Rock, who played The Chief in the movie.
The show culminated in the creation of the official Wonder Woman logo, illuminating the city below.
“It’s so cool to see your own movie logo shot up in the sky,” Jenkins tells the camera in the video of the event.
Sources: The Hollywood Reporter, ComicBook.