Here’s everything else we know so far:
1. Wonder Woman is coming to the United States. “The story will take place in the U.S., which I think is right,” Jenkins told Entertainment Weekly. “She’s Wonder Woman. She’s got to come to America. It’s time.”
2. It will take place in the 1980s, and Diana will fight the Soviet Union in the Cold War. According to The Wrap. The title of the sequel gives us the exact year: Wonder Woman 1984.
3. Chris Pine is somehow in the film. His character, Steve Trevor, sacrificed himself in the first film and appeared to die. However, he will come back—we just don’t know how yet. “I promise you it’s not a gimmick,” Jenkins said, per the New York Times. “He’s integral to the story.”
4. Kristen Wiig will play Cheetah, Wonder Woman’s nemesis. Bless up.
5. It looks like Wonder Woman will be keeping her iconic costume. It’s truly timeless.
6. The release date is June 5, 2020. Sorry, but we still have a while to wait. That being said, I’ve already started a countdown.
7. The first trailer looks promising. On December 8, Jenkins introduced the first trailer for the film at CCXP, a Comic-Con Experience convention in Brazil. “We wanted to bring Wonder Woman into the modern world,” she said, according to the New York Times. If you’ve always dreamed of watching Wonder Woman doing battle in an ’80s mall, then this trailer is going to please you greatly.
We also get to see the return of Diana’s boyfriend Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) and the introduction of the villainous Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) and Kristen Wiig’s character, Barbara Minerva, who appears to start out as a friend of our heroine, but eventually becomes the evil Cheetah.
Honestly, it looks amazing. Watch for yourself below.
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