The *Wonder Woman* film starring Gal Gadot isn’t out until next year but teasers have kept us afloat for now. Visit any Halloween shop or site and you’ll find that the hype has made the Amazonian Princess one of the top-selling costumes out there. In some places, it’s already sold out. Commercial photographer Josh Rossi took it to a completely different level when he spent $1,500 to fulfill his three-year-old daughter’s dream of becoming Wonder Woman. To prepare his daughter Nellee for her debut, Rossi sought the help of McGrew Studios in Salt Lake City to craft a handmade leather costume. Mom was in on it, too. Together, the family studied the trailer, comic books, and the 1970’s TV series starring Lynda Carter to get those facial expressions and gestures just right. After two months of preparation, the family made it into the studio for the big shoot. Even though they only had a few hours to work before Nellee’s nap time, they knocked it outta the park. Nellee was a natural and the final photos are incredible.
**Click the video below to get a behind-the-scenes look at this little Wonder Woman.**