The highly anticipated Wonder Woman sequel will take place in the era of synthesizers and shoulder pads.
The director of Wonder Woman, Patty Jenkins, just shared a thinly veiled clue about Diana Prince’s next adventure on Twitter. She changed her cover image to a simple image stating “WW84,” with what looks like old TV signal lines.
The DC Entertainment President and Chief Creative Officer, Geoff Johns followed suit. You know what that means, right? Bring on the huge hair, parachute pants,
demogorgon and neon! Diana Prince is going to the 80s.
As production picks up on Wonder Woman 2, we are getting more and more information. Patty Jenkins previously announced that the sequel will take place in the United States. We also know that Kristen Wiig will be playing the villain in the film (Cheetah!) and that Chris Pine has been spotted on set!
Wonder Woman 2 doesn’t premiere until November 2019, so these little tidbits are all we have to keep us going through the long summers of non-Diana Prince related superhero movies. Let the speculation begin.
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