Wonder Woman sequel director reveals possible spoiler photo

The Wonder Woman sequel, titled Wonder Woman 1984, will film for several weeks in the Alexandria area this summer.

When Pine originally showed up on the film's cast list, it was speculated that he would do so in a flashback fashion or even - ludicrously - playing a descendent that just coincidentally looks exactly like him, because comics. The photo revealing Pine's role is authentic, shared from director Patty Jenkins' official Twitter account.

The 1984 setting of the next Wonder Woman movie was hinted at earlier this month by both Patty and Geoff Johns, the president of DC Entertainment. The costumes on the extras in the mall photo confirm it's also the year the film takes place (not to mention Steve himself rocking that black Members Only jacket).

In a subsequent photo Gadot shared on her social media pages, Wonder Woman is seen gazing at multiple television screens with images featuring Dallas' J. R. Ewing and Christie Brinkley in her memorable red convertible from 1983's National Lampoon's Vacation.

Wonder Woman was a massive success at the box-office, drawing in $822 million at the worldwide box-office, which is a pretty decent chunk of cash - especially considering it was the first major female-led superhero film. Aside from announcing solo movies for every character in existence, DC has been relatively quiet ever since that film was released.


It would be fitting, then, if Diana took on subjects like surveillance, the dangers of extreme nationalism, and the erosion of independent thought as thematic nemeses in Wonder Woman 1984.

Steve Trevor is back alive in the "Wonder Woman" sequel. While Cheetah doesn't tend to use illusions, those are the preferred weapons of another Wonder Woman villain: Circe.

A new tweet coming from Vulture's Kyle Buchanan claims that Wonder Woman 1984 will begin with Minerva as Diana's friend, rather than her enemy.

What are your theories about Steve Trevor's return? Let us know in the comments.


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