Said Taghmaoui
Said Taghmaoui plays Steve Trevor’s trusted ally Sameer in “Wonder Woman.” In this photo, the French actor poses on the red carpet at the 11th International Film Festival of Marrakech (FIFM) on Dec. 3, 2011. Reuters/Jean Blondin

French actor Said Taghmaoui has just shared a photo of his character, Sameer, in the upcoming movie “Wonder Woman” from DC.

On his Twitter, the actor posted Sameer’s photo right beside his comic book counterpart. He did not get into detail about the character, but Taghmaoui teased that the revelation would be “coming soon.”

For those who cannot wait before the movie hits the big screen, Slash Film described Sameer as one of the people Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) considers as his trusted allies.

READ: Chris Pine Compares ‘Wonder Woman’ To ‘Casablanca’

He is also a charming man who loves to flirt with the ladies, and he can even do so in several languages. However, Sameer’s true talent lies in the mastery of disguises.

Meanwhile, Pine earlier discussed his role as military guy Steve Trevor. Instead of studying the character prior to taking on the role, Pine confessed that he simply relied on the script in order to provide a fresh perspective.

“I never read the comic book, I read the script and took my cue from my director. That’s how I go about all of these,” Pine said, according to Batman News.

Pine added that he did not have a tough time on the set, since he had Gal Gadot as his leading lady. “But really, my job was I had to fall in love with Gal Gadot, make some jokes, jump over some stuff, breath heavily,” he said.

Some people actually have reservations about a female-led superhero movie, but Pine said these people should throw whatever reservations they have because Patty Jenkins’ film is going to have a little bit of everything, including action, drama and romance. Because of this, it will cater to a wide range of audiences.

“I think what’s really fun and exciting about it... different about it, actually, is that there’s a nice love story at the center of an action film, and I don’t think you see that often in these kinds of films,” he told The Huffington Post.

As for those who are afraid that it would be a flop comparable to Zack Snyder’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” the film’s producer Deborah Snyder offered assuring words.

“‘Wonder Woman’ is very different in tone and style than ‘Batman v Superman’ and ‘Suicide Squad,'” she told Variety. “We pick directors who have their own points of view, so that each of our films will have their own personality.”

At the same time, Diane Nelson, president of DC Entertainment and resident of Warner Bros. Consumer Products, would like to clarify that not all DC movies have a dark tone. In fact, “Wonder Woman” is a film that exemplifies light, love, and hope.

“There’s a misconception that DC or [parent studio] Warner Bros. has made a conscious decision for all our movies to be darker or edgier,” she said. “That’s not the case. Fans of the DC universe know that there are characters, like Batman, who are darker, but there are others like Wonder Woman, who are hopeful, optimistic leaders, and the tone of this film represents that.”

“Wonder Woman” will be released on June 2.