Chris Pine returns as Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman 1984
- Author: Michelle Webb Jun 15, 2018,
Jun 15, 2018, 0:32
"Wonder Woman" won near-unanimous acclaim from critics and fans alike, and earned more than $800 million worldwide.
In any case, Chris Pine's hilarious interaction with the fan filming from the set shows that scene would clearly serve as a spoiler. "Wonder Woman 1984" will also be helmed by acclaimed director Patty Jenkins, and star Gal Gadot in the title role.
Last week a rumour popped up that the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel would be would not only be set in 1984 (which lines up perfectly with previous rumblings) but actually be titled Wonder Woman 1984.
Are you excited about Steve Trevor appearing in Wonder Woman 1984? This is true in the first Wonder Woman film, which uses its First World War setting as a way to challenge contemporary American isolationism. Aside from announcing solo movies for every character in existence, DC has been relatively quiet ever since that film was released. Oh well - all that really matters is that Chris Pine's Steve Trevor will return, which will certainly be a trip for Diana, who watched him die.
"Wonder Woman 1984 #WW84", she captioned the photograph.
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It's also not clear what the movie would be about, but it should connect to " Suicide Squad " or the sequel in some way. Warner Bros.is working on a standalone movie focusing on the 46-year-old actor's villainous character, Variety reports.
This raises some questions, because Diana (aka Wonder Woman) was clearly grieving a loss in Justice League.
It's rumored that Linda Carter, the original "Wonder Woman" actress, may make an appearance as well.
"Wonder Woman 1984", which arrives in theaters November 1, 2019, is now in production and is filming right here in Washington. Not seen in the new images revealed is Kristen Wiig, who will be starring in "WW84" as classic Wonder Woman villain, the Cheetah.
We also have gotten a look at Steve Trevor. Let us know in the comments.