The sequel to "Wonder Woman" will take DC's top heroine to Washington. It has been confirmed that the movie is titled Wonder Woman 1984, and now director Patty Jenkins has teased the surprise return of one of the first film's key characters.
Jenkins shared the picture of Chris Pine, who played Wonder Woman aka Diana Prince's love interest. In the second set photo, Wonder Woman is seen looking at several television screens, an invention that wasn't around during the time period of the first film.
Wonder Woman 1984 is the follow up to the 2017 sensation that grossed $822 million at the box office and received widespread critical acclaim. It was a courageous and heroic moment that taught Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) the good and the bad of the humanity she had newly sworn to protect, and gave an already great movie (still DC's only post-Christopher Nolan masterpiece) an infusion of emotion. At the end of the first Wonder Woman film, Trevor was killed off.
Wonder Woman 1984 hits theaters everywhere on November 1st, 2019.
The first rule of comics is that nobody truly dies unless you see a body (and even then, the world can always be reset). She has tapped Kristen Wiig to play the villain Cheetah and "Narcos" star Pedro Pascal for an unspecified role.