Why Colorado private investigators need to see Wonder Woman at the Little or Sloans Lake Alamo Drafthouse

Steve Trevor is not a private investigator. If you want to see an undercover operative in action, however –and you’re also okay with a spy portrayal that is more fanciful than true-to-life– Wonder Woman is the summer blockbuster that you can’t miss.

Due to it’s, so far, ginormous box office returns you’ll find it playing in theater’s all over Colorado, however, you need to see it at Littleton or Sloan’s Lake Alamo Drafthouse before it leaves the theater on June 29th if you want to catch the pre-show reel that includes a fast forward foray through Steve Trevor’s last several decades of undercover aviation espionage operations.

Trevor, who Wonder Woman’s creator, Dr. William Moulton Marston, introduced to the story in 1941, according to the Wonder Woman Wiki, was originally US Army Intelligence in World War II going under cover as a Nazi pilot who crash lands on Paradise Island (the island’s name was changed to Themyscira in 1987) and you’ll see — More—

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