From next month (February), Wonder Woman and Batman will be joining Bugs Bunny, Mary Poppins, Gene Kelly, and Paddington Bear in a new art display in London's Leicester Square to celebrate a century of cinema.
The freely accessible, eight statue Scenes in the Square exhibition has been organised by the Heart of London Business Alliance in partnership with Westminster City Council and major film studios.
The Warner Bros website explains:
"A creative expression of the past hundred years of movie magic, the long-term art installation will feature highly recognisable classic and contemporary film characters, each immortalised in interactive and expressive bronze statues, some brought to life in the evening through lighting."
This year, Bugs Bunny, who will be gracing a flowerbed, celebrates the 80th anniversary of his first appearance in 1940’s A Wild Hare.
Batman will be on a nearby rooftop, overlooking the city, while Wonder Woman will be bursting heroically through a wall and celebrating this year's release of Wonder Woman 1984.