Officially titled Wonder Woman 1984, the film sees Patty Jenkins returning to direct a story that brings Diana Prince into the 1980s, where she faces off against supervillain The Cheetah played by Kristen Wiig. Pine will return as Steve Trevor, despite apparently dying in the original. The title of the film was teased recently in a tweet by former DC Entertainment boss Geoff Johns, who stepped down from his post to transition into a more creative role just this week.
Besides, Steve frickin' Trevor is back, back, back, and while his welcome return may defy logic, there's no denying Chris Pine's chemistry with Gadot.
While the rest of the DCEU is in something of a state of flux with talks of Ben Affleck exiting his Batman role, the success of 2017's Wonder Woman made a sequel all-but guaranteed. Pictures' follow up to the Super Hero's first outing, last summer's record-breaking "Wonder Woman", which took in $822 million at the worldwide box office.
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Images like these are, of course, meant to set internet chatter ablaze, and we can only speculate as to how Steve Trevor's made a return and how he's landed in the 1980s.
Gadot, along with Jenkins and Zack Snyder are listed as producers of the DC film, which has begun principal photography. Oscar-nominated editor Richard Pearson ("United 93") will cut the film.
Wonder Woman 1984 is set for release on November 1, 2019. Filming is taking place in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, and in the UK, Spain, and the Canary Islands.