Patty Jenkins Reveals Huge Surprise As Production Begins On ‘Wonder Woman 1984’


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Director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot have shared images from next year's Wonder Woman sequel, which will be titled Wonder Woman 1984.

Yeah, Steve Trevor definitely sacrificed himself in World War I to save countless lives in the first movie, so why is he back in 1984?

Jenkins took to Twitter to post an on-set image of Chris Pine in the role of Captain Steve Trevor.

Filming is officially underway for the sequel to Wonder Woman - and we've even gotten our first proper look at wheat's going on (as well as the title of the film).

While the title confirms what year exactly the movie takes place in, it's the confirmation of Pine's return that is most intriguing given what happened at the end of the first movie. Jenkins became one of the highest paid female directors when she signed on for the second movie. She captioned the snap, "Welcome to WONDER WOMAN 1984, Steve Trevor!"

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Last year Wonder Woman saw Gal Gadot's superhero fighting in World War I with Pine's Steve Trevor. First, Trevor's return in Wonder Woman 1984 could be a product of time travel.

One new image shows Gadot standing in front of multiple television screens displaying all sorts of 1980s pop culture.

Kristin Wiig has joined the sequel as film's villain Cheetah, Wonder Woman's classic comic book foe. Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think! Wonder Woman is the daughter of Zeus, after all.

As things now stand though, Circe is not a part of Wonder Woman 1984 at all, which means that we're just going to have to play the guessing game for a while.

Kristen Wiig reportedly plays the villain Cheetah in the sequel that's scheduled to be released November 1, 2019.