The first trailer for Wonder Woman 1984 was released on Sunday, and it was revealed that the love interest of Wonder Woman, who died in the original film, has somehow revived. He returns to her in 1984 when people still shop at the mall, and the world’s greatest superhero wore oversized blazers with his sleeves.
The sequel to the success of 2017 Wonder Woman will arrive next summer, and it seems like a fun and nostalgic romance in the 1980s, although with consumerism and greed. The two main villains are friends of the cheetah, Wonder Woman, who discovers his power and moves towards evil, and Max God, a businessman who takes consumers for his good and when Wonder Woman lost a long time ago When it is revealed Hue Pyaar, looking at the tracksuit, the public wonders: “What is the trap?”
Here is everything we know about Wonder Woman 1984 so far.
When Is Wonder Woman 1984 A Success In Theaters?
The sequel to Wonder Woman is scheduled to hit theaters on June 5, 2020. However, parts of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) are restarting: Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill have renounced their roles as Batman and Superman, respectively. Galiot Hat Wonder Woman was 2017 big one big big big big, and Ella stays (as is Jason Momoa’s Aquaman). Wonder Woman 1984 Birds of Pre: After the series: Harley Quinn’s Suicide, a PinOn of Suicide Squad It will be the second DC superhero movie after F.
Why Is The Movie Called Wonder Woman 1984?
Wonder Woman 1984 is set in 1984. This is a great leap from the original movie to the sequel: the first Wonder Woman movie took place during World War I, and Wonder Woman was not of legal age.
At the end of the first movie, we discover that Diana is the daughter of the god of Zeus, which means she is immortal, or something similar, at least. Although we see her age in that movie, from a girl to a young woman, it does not seem to age between the events of 1910 and Batman v Superman, which happened in 2016. So now we are together in the 1980s — Diana, who looks exactly like her in 1910 and 2010.
Wonder Woman 1984: Cast
Gal Gadot returns as Diana, Wonder Woman. She faces two possible villains. One, Max Lord, is played by Pedro Pascal (the ominous Oberian Martell in Game of Thrones and the protector of Baby Yoda in Mandalorian). But the main villain is Barbara Minerva, played by the cheetah, Kristin Wiig. It doesn’t appear much in the trailer, but when it does, it uses its comical muscles (instead of representing the traditional evil observable during an exchange with Diana).
In the comics, Max Bhagavan is a wealthy businessman who craves power. In the 1984 Wonder Woman trailer, she is representing capitalism, showing customers in a mall “everything they wanted.” (More information on the compensation that Wonder Woman faces in the breakdown section of the progress of this publication).
Barbara Minerva is an archeologist and, in some versions of the comic, is Diana’s best friend, whom we learned in the first Wonder Woman that she works as a museum curator during the day. I fell in love with Barbara God, including, later, Wonder Woman’s origins, and negotiated that Faustian become a cheetah.
Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen will return to Diana’s childhood in flashbacks as the Warriors of the Amazon. And Chris Pine returns as Steve Trevor, Wonder Woman’s love interest.
Wait, Steve Trevor Didn’t Die?
As far as we know, yes. Steve Trevor sacrificed himself in the first movie to save the world. We never see Steve’s body, but Wonder Woman cries his death. And anyway, in 1984, he would be an older man. And yet, Steve Trevor, we see a return to the Wonder Woman trailer, he is young.
So what happens Chris Pine is naturally tired of how his character miraculously returns from the past. But time seems to be a significant theme in the first breakthrough: we repeatedly see Steve’s photos in Wonder Woman’s cloak. Finally, when they meet again, he delivers a separate digital clock. What does your resurgence have to do with time travel?
The breakthrough means that Steve’s return could be a trick of Max Lord, the Cheetah, or both. Maybe Steve flew into a meaningless realm when he tried not to sacrifice himself and was under suspension. Perhaps it’s a mirage. Or, most likely, Max somehow brought him back from the dead, fulfilling his promise that he could deliver to buyers, including Wonder Woman, who mostly make the trailer the trailer. But it also hits hard: Wonder Woman will have to pay something terrible in exchange for meeting Steve.