Judging from the pictures, it looks like fans are going to get a lot more of Chris Pine!
Without divulging any spoilers, director Patty Jenkins shared the images on Twitter earlier today. Gadot captioned the photo, "Wonder Woman 1984", hinting that the sequel may not simply be called Wonder Woman 2 like everyone has assumed. Man, the end of Wonder Woman was such a letdown compared to the rest of the film, but even still, doesn't bringing him back to life negate a pretty powerful moment? Pine will return as Steve Trevor, despite apparently dying in the original. How he's managed to return in the new film remains a mystery. By giving Diana Prince room to breathe in her own separate timeline, director Patty Jenkins and actress Gal Gadot gave moviegoers who weren't also diehard DC fans something to grasp on to.
Wonder Woman 1984 is set to open on November 1, 2019. Could Wonder Woman 1984 be drawing inspiration from the dystopian text? The film became a massive hit for Warner Bros., becoming the 20th-highest domestic grosser of all time, as well as the second-biggest move of 2017 after "Beauty and the Beast".More news: David Koch to retire from Koch Industries due to poor health: memo
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Interestingly, the picture shared on Twitter features Chris Pine's Steve Trevor wearing a black jumpsuit and a pair of worn-in Nike Cortez sneakers. They are joined by Kristen Wiig (as Cheetah), and Pedro Pascal in an unspecified role.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, sporadic relaunches and reboots of the franchise, and Wonder Woman's love interest's already inconsistent timeline opened the door for future appearances. Be sure to tell us all of your thoughts in the comments down below!