The movie Wonder Woman was a hit as it garnered massive attention from fans and moviegoers. Director Patty Jenkins and lead actress Gal Gadot have already created a buzz for its sequel, Wonder Woman 1984.
After the triumph of Wonder Woman, which became a blockbuster hit in the DC Extended Universe, followers of the franchise are now eagerly waiting for the sequel. Gal Gadot’s portrayal of the iconic superhero and Patty Jenkins’ directing received widespread appreciation. The movie was intended to release in November 2019 but has been postponed to summer 2020, a decision Gadot has supported. Wonder Woman 1984 guarantees to be just as exciting as the first movie, and there is already one significant surprise: Steve Trevor, who was believed to have died, makes an unexpected return.
In an unexpected twist, Steve Trevor has made a surprising reappearance in the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984 film, after appearing to meet his demise in the previous installment. The trailer reveals Chris Pine’s character looking as youthful as ever, sparking curiosity and speculation among fans. However, director Patty Jenkins has promised that it will all be explained in the storyline. Set during the Cold War era, it remains to be seen how Steve Trevor’s return will be justified, but fans are undoubtedly eager to see him back on screen.
The superhero film, Captain America: The First Avenger, provided us with a glimpse into the World War II era, whereas Wonder Woman takes us on a journey through various historical periods. The first installment of Wonder Woman took us back to the time of World War I, while the sequel promises to take us on an adventure during the Cold War era. The movie’s title, Wonder Woman 1984, not only refers to the year it is set in but also serves as a subtle nod to George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel about a future society governed by totalitarianism, which was a looming threat during the Cold War period. Unlike Captain America, what sets Wonder Woman apart is the unique relationship between Diana and Steve.
Chris Pine has dropped some hints about the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel and the dynamics between his character, Steve Trevor, and Gal Gadot’s Diana Prince. According to Pine, things are going to be different this time around, with the tables turned on Steve as he becomes more of a deer caught in headlights. One possible reason for this change is that in the first film, Steve had already been fighting in the Great War, making him more experienced than Diana. However, in the new movie set in the 80s, Steve will find himself out of his depth while Diana shines. Fans will have to wait until the release to see how this new dynamic plays out. The director, Patty Jenkins, co-wrote the script.
The Wonder Woman movie released in 2017 was directed by a woman named Patty Jenkins, however, all the writing credits for the film went to men. The screenplay was penned by Allan Heinberg based on a story developed by Heinberg, Zack Snyder, and Jason Fuchs. For the sequel, Jenkins was determined to have a more significant role in the writing process. So, she collaborated with Geoff Johns, who was the CCO of DC Entertainment at that time, to develop a treatment for the story. The two writers, along with David Callaham, worked on the script for the sequel, with Jenkins participating in the entire process from the very beginning. The much-awaited sequel will feature the villainous character of Cheetah.
The upcoming movie Wonder Woman 1984 has announced that Kristen Wiig, who is famous for her role in Bridesmaids, will be playing the role of the villain named Cheetah. In the comic books, Cheetah was originally an archeologist from Britain named Barbara Ann Minerva who becomes bonded with the Cheetah goddess after discovering an ancient ritual in the city of Urzkartaga. This leads to a showdown between Cheetah and Wonder Woman. Although Wiig is best known for her comedic performances, director Patty Jenkins has placed her faith in Wiig’s ability to portray a supervillain. The movie’s release date has also been changed to avoid clashing with other films.
Due to changes in the competitive landscape, Warner Bros. has decided to delay the release of Wonder Woman 1984 from November 2019 to June 2020. Originally set to compete with blockbuster films such as Terminator: Dark Fate, Charlie’s Angels, Kingsman: The Great Game, Sonic the Hedgehog and Frozen 2, the sequel now only faces competition from Top Gun: Maverick and an untitled Judd Apatow comedy starring Pete Davidson. Despite the change in release date, it is expected that Wonder Woman 1984 will still be a tremendous success at the box office and is the second installment of a three-part series.
Patty Jenkins, the mastermind behind the hit franchise Wonder Woman, has revealed her strategy for the third installment. Much like Christopher Nolan’s approach to The Dark Knight trilogy, the character arcs for all three movies have been meticulously mapped out. The second film will serve as a connector between the first and the final movies, tracing Diana Prince’s journey from beginning to end. Despite not being the director for the last film, Jenkins is committed to wrapping up the story in a satisfying way. Furthermore, Pedro Pascal has been cast in an enigmatic role for the upcoming movie, adding to the excitement.
Pedro Pascal, renowned for his performances in Game of Thrones and Narcos, will be joining the cast of Wonder Woman 1984. However, there has been no confirmation on what role he will play. Fans may recognize him from his upcoming lead character role in The Mandalorian, a new Star Wars series that is set to release on Disney+. Interestingly, Pascal appeared in the pilot of a previous Wonder Woman comic-based TV show where he played Ed Indelicato alongside Adrianne Palicki. Unfortunately, the show was not picked up by NBC in 2011. Nevertheless, Pascal has been given another opportunity to be part of Wonder Woman’s story on the big screen. Director Patty Jenkins has even expressed that she already has a favorite scene planned for the upcoming film.
Patty Jenkins recently shared some exciting news about the highly-anticipated film, Wonder Woman 1984. She teased fans with a sneak peek of an upcoming scene that she thinks is just as powerful as the iconic “No Man’s Land” sequence from the first movie. Although it won’t be a copycat, it will contain the same level of intensity, leaving fans on the edge of their seats. The first film’s “No Man’s Land” scene was an unforgettable moment with stunning cinematography and impressive editing. It showcased Wonder Woman’s bravery and strength as she accomplished what an entire platoon of men couldn’t. Additionally, Robin Wright will make a return to her role as Antiope.
It has been reported that Robin Wright will be appearing in the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel. She will be making a comeback through a flashback sequence, although further details about the scene remain unclear. Fans of the actress, best known for her roles in House of Cards and Forrest Gump, will no doubt be thrilled to see her return. Wright expressed her enthusiasm for the film, stating that she is excited to be part of a project that represents justice, equality, and truth – all values embodied by the character of Wonder Woman. The flashback will also feature Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta, who plays Diana’s mother and queen of Themyscira.