The Wonder Woman 1984 trailer explained

  • The Wonder Woman 1984 trailer explained

The Wonder Woman 1984 trailer explained

At CCXP in Brazil, director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot dropped the first trailer for Wonder Woman 1984. Kristen Wiig portrays Barbara, who, over the course of the film, will take on the superpowered mantle of Cheetah. We're not told how he made it or whether he is a figment of her imagination but we'll have to wait for the movie to find out. Diana Swinging On Lightning Rods After seeing her sword - God killer, crumble to dust when she battled Ares in the first film, it now seems that she is making the most of her Lasso of Truth and even her tiara when needed. "Can you let me fiddle with that?' So I'm fiddling but the movie is technically done". The director revealed that she's now just tweaking the edit as much as she likes just to flawless the film, but she expressed that Wonder Woman 1984 is "technically done".

Steve Trevor was supposed to have died at the end of the previous film, and so, it seems unusual that he's back so casually in this trailer.

The movie will see the return of Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, as well as a great representation of how colorful and vibrant the 1980s was. It's incredibly important that we had him, and we just super enjoyed it.

If it is, then at least we can be distracted by Pedro Pascal's Max Lord who is clearly up to some seriously evil plotting.

"Welcome to the future", he says in a voiceover.

In the original Wonder Woman movie, viewers saw Steve Trevor (played by Chris Pine) sacrifice his life in order to save his superhero sweetheart, as played by Gal Gadot. Even though it'll have a lot of the same emotional things, a lot of humor, a lot of fearless action.

Fake: Joining the cast is Kristen Wiig, who appears as a nerdy woman who wants to be Diana.

Obviously, Wonder Woman 1984 is set in the mid-'80s-several years after the events of Wonder Woman, which took place during World War II-and the trailer really leans into the decade's cultural and aesthetic touchstones.

Perhaps she is the author of Steve Trevor's return, as a way to distract her foe before pouncing.