Wonder Woman 2: Patty Jenkins teases return of key character

13 June, 2018, 17:39 | Author: Dominic Spencer
  • First Look at Wonder Woman 1984 Released, Chris Pine to Return!

In a pleasant morning surprise, Warner Bros. has released the first Wonder Woman 2 images from the highly anticipated sequel, as filming on the follow-up is now underway. While the press release doesn't confirm who's writing the screenplay, Jenkins and Geoff Johns were previously revealed to be working on the script, so it'll be interesting to see who earns the final credit.

The image shows Wonder Woman staring at a wall of TV screens, which display images of oil tycoon J.R. Ewing from Dallas, commercials for drinks, a woman driving a sports vehicle with the top down, TV color bars and much more imagery from the period of time. Diana Prince may not age like ordinary mortals, but Trevor surely does; so how come he still looks so fresh-faced all these decades after the first film, set in World War I? "Welcome to WONDER WOMAN 1984, Steve Trevor!", Jenkins wrote along with the photo above. It stars Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Pine as Steve Trevor, Kristen Wiig as the villain Cheetah, and Pedro Pascal in an unknown role.

Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, Patty Jenkins, Stephen Jones and Gal Gadot are producing the film.


Director Patty Jenkins also tweeted the photo on Wednesday with the caption, "Welcome to WONDER WOMAN 1984, Steve Trevor!" Oscar-nominated editor Richard Pearson (United 93) will cut the film.

Wonder Woman 2 is now set to hit theaters on November 1, 2019.

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