Wonder Woman was a rocking and we can say undeniable smash at the box office as well as on it’s fans . Though it was confirmed within a month that a sequel was coming, it turned out to be a long wait.
But now we can say we’re in the final stretch now. With a summer 2020 release date of Wonder Woman 1984 feels very close.
Cast of the movie-
Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot, is of course back in the new movie, and as we mentioned before, Chris Pine is back as Steve Trevor.
Diana was based in the Louvre in Wonder Woman, but the director has moved her to the home of superheroes – the United States. “The story will take place in the US, which I think is right,” Jenkins said. “She’s Wonder. She’s got to come to America. It’s time.”
Other than the location and time frame though, we don’t know all too much about the sequel, other than apparently it isn’t really a sequel. Yep! Producer Charles Roven said that it’s really about the “next iteration” of Wonder Woman, with the movie telling a “completely different story” compared to the first one.
As for the villain, Wonder Woman was rumored to be going up against her classic foe, Cheetah, but the trailer seems to be leaning in another direction. Still, Cheetah is a formidable opponent and clearly a big part of the sequel.
Wonder Woman 1984 trailer:-
So now you can keep your worries aside, the trailer for Wonder Woman 1984 is officially here and it is fabulous. We finally get a glimpse of our main antagonists, as well as the presumed-dead Steve Trevor (Chris Pine).
The trailer leads us to believe, however, that it really is Steve (though, keen eyes and ears will remember that when Diana addresses him as Steve, he doesn’t actually reply confirming that’s his name – but he does have the watch). Pine knew all along that he was coming back, despite Steve Trevor’s untimely demise, and Jenkins has promised that his return makes “perfect sense”.
In the trailer he also fails to distinguish between a bin and modern art, which backs up the idea that he’s a fish out of water/man out of his time. But it also lends credence to another theory we posited: that Steve is an illusion cast by big bad Maxwell Lord.
The trailer also debuts Wonder Woman’s brand new suit of armour (far more practical for fighting baddies, if you ask us) and swathes of 1980s pop-culture iconography, including New Order’s ‘Blue Monday’ playing throughout – and a few numbers of shoulder pads.
Wonder Woman 1984 release date:-
After many delays now it has been announced that Wonder Woman 1984 had been pushed back to June 5, 2020. At least Gadot seems pretty happy about the change, saying it was “back to its rightful home”.
So, it is a great news for the fans and I think they will count these days on their fingertips to see Wonder Woman 1984.