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Things We Saw Today: Wonder Woman is Headed to 1984

June 21 2018, 12:21 | Perry Erickson

GEOFF JOHNS May Have Revealed Exactly When WONDER WOMAN 2 Takes Place

First Wonder Woman Sequel Tease Confirms 80s Setting

The teaser reads "WW84", strongly hinting that the sequel's official title will be Wonder Woman 1984.

After the hugely successful first instalment released previous year, "Wonder Woman 2" will see the return of Gal Gadot in the titular role and newly minted Patty Jenkins in the directors chair. Geoff Johns, DC Entertainment's president and CEO, changed his Facebook cover photo to a new logo for the sequel, which confirms that the sequel will take place in the year 1984, 60 years after the WWI setting of the original. The first film, which premiered in 2017, took place during the first World War in 1917.

And we know place as well as the time: Jenkins told Entertainment Weekly, "The story will take place in the USA, which I think is right". Of course, the major event was the Cold War that took place between the United States and Russian Federation, which will definitely have a big part to play in the film.

If Warner Bros. doesn't use that poster, then it's making a very big mistake. Then again this film is about a war, so none of that would probably make it into the final film. It grossed more than 821 million dollars on a budget of 149 million dollars, breaking records for a female-directed movie.

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Wonder Woman 2 will introduce the villain Cheetah, to be played by Saturday Night Live and The Skeleton Twins star Kristen Wiig. Johns is also collaborating with Jenkins and Dave Callaham on the film's screenplay.

Chris Pine played Diana's love interest Steve Trevor, Connie Nielsen played Diana's mother Hippolyta, and Robin Wright played as the warrior Antiope, who trained Diana as a child.

Gal Gadot confirmed previous year that Brett Ratner won't be involved with the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel.

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