Wonder Woman was a huge hit, and director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot have already built the sequel, Wonder woman 1984.
After Wonder Woman became the first true hit in the DC Extended Universe, it was a no-brainer to fast-track a sequel. Gal Gadot became universally beloved in the title role and moviegoers look forward to seeing a lot more of her in the future.
Somehow, by the grace of God, Steve Trevor is still alive in Wonder Woman 1984. After he was killed in Wonder Woman, he was presumed to have been killed, but apparently that’s not the case.
Captain America: The First Avenger showed us what a World War II superhero movie might look like, and Wonder Woman is just filling in the gaps with other wars.
The title Wonder Woman 1984 is a reference to the year in which the movie is set – but it could also be a reference to George Orwell’s seminal novel set in a dystopian future governed by a totalitarian state.
Chris Pine has teased that his character Steve Trevor’s relationship with Diana Prince is completely different in the second movie than it was in the first movie.
Patty Jenkins already has plans for a third Wonder Woman movie, and the character’s arc across all three has been planned very carefully, much like Christopher Nolan did with The Dark Knight trilogy.
Patty Jenkins has teased a scene in Wonder Woman 1984 that she’s really excited about. She says it’s this movie’s No Man’s Land sequence. While it won’t be a repeat of that scene, it will match its intensity, she promised.