Luckily we aren't that far away from the sequel, and to get fans excited for the release, Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot has taken to her personal Twitter account to tease the full trailer release.
After dropping a teaser trailer for the trailer (that's just how movie marketing works these days), Warner Bros has released the full trailer of Wonder Woman 1984, streaming the reveal as part of CCXP in Brazil. Directed and co-written by the returning Patty Jenkins, the highly-anticipated sequel is finally ramping up its promotional campaign after the DCEU chose to skip this year's San Diego Comic Con. "I promise you, it's not a gimmick", she said. In any case, we'll get plenty of comedy as Trevor tries to adjust to the culture shock of entering a new decade (a la Captain America).
In the trailer, the superhero wears a shinier version of her armor and showcases her awesome fighting skills with her golden Lasso of Truth; she even appears to use it to swing from lightening bolts. "Because this movie is set in the 80s, we set out to make a grand epic experience [like] they did in the '80s".
New to Diana's world are two key villains: First up, there's Kristen Wiig as one of Wonder Woman's most notorious comic book foes, archaeologist Barbara Minerva, a.k.a. And it is both everything we've been waiting for and more than we imagined.
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Patty Jenkins wouldn't tell fans how Steve Trevor is in the movie after he died in Wonder Woman - which was set during World War I - but she emphasized that it's not random. "She's helping mankind and saving them - until something insane is about to happen to her".
"Why 1984? We wanted to bring Diana into the modern world, but the '80s is a period that Wonder Woman is quite synonymous with", said Jenkins.
Wonder Woman: 1984 will hit theaters on June 5, 2020. Jenkins was on-hand at CCXP to talk about the film.