Wonder Woman looks to shake up the 80s with flare.
The decade of the 80s has a fond memory for those living in the United States as history from various points were made. However, in the extended universe of DC, Wonder Woman will be creating her own history as the Princess of Themyscira may be hit with a rapid wake-up call. Earlier this month, director Patty Jenkins and former DC Entertainment president, Geoff Johns teased Wonder Woman 1984 with a subtle but interesting photo of Gal Gadot standing in front of TVs depicting some vintage 80s commercials. With Gal Gadot reprising her role as Wonder Woman, we also learn that Chris Pine will be reprising his role as Steve Trevor despite his apparent death in the first Wonder Woman.
This shocker was revealed on Wednesday as director Patty Jenkins took to Twitter to announce Chris Pine‘s, Steve Trevor;
Now many may have their theories about how Steve Trevor is still alive, but knowing how many stories in the DC universe have villains and even heroes return in mysterious ways anything may be possible. Guess we just have to wait and see how he fits in the story this time.
With Wonder Woman‘s love interest, Steve Trevor making a return to the film in some way, the sequel’s villain has been known to be the nefarious Cheetah since February. Kristen Wiig is set to play the vicious character, but one wonders what exactly will her role be in the film and how will the relationship with Wonder Woman be portrayed on the big screen?
According to Vulture reporter, Kyle Buchanan, the two won’t start out as villains as it will be a gradual progression of envy. Buchanan would take to Twitter,
With this bit of information one may sum up the direction in which the character Cheetah is going will be the way of the modern comics. However, would you like to see the original story play in with Cheetah? Or will Cheetah make a deadly villain for Wonder Woman in the 80s? Tell us what you think below in the comments.
Wonder Woman 1984 will serve as the second-featured film centered around Wonder Woman as it stars Gal Gadot, Kristen Wiig, and Chris Pine.
Wonder Woman 1984 will smash its way into theatres on November 1st, 2019.