Have you ever wondered what goes into making the perfect film shot? Then, you’re certainly in for a treat with this new HBO Max series. Inspired by the Twitter account of the same name, One Perfect Shot is a docuseries that takes us behind the scenes of some iconic films we all know and love.
Hosted by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Ava DuVernay, the show introduces us to the brilliant minds behind our favorite movies, as they peel back the curtain on their most iconic shots. We get to see the film directors behind Wonder Woman, Crazy Rich Asians, The Trial of the Chicago 7, Heat, Girls Trip and Harriet.
The first episode focuses on film director Patty Jenkins, who helmed the superhero blockbuster, Wonder Woman. She takes viewers behind her perfect shot, which is titled “No Man’s Land.” This particular scene marks the first time audiences see Wonder Woman (played by Gal Gadot). But, how was the scene made?
Keep scrolling for four never-before-heard deets on the “No Man’s Land” scene, courtesy of Jenkins and her team.