Wonder Woman 2: Title, Images, And The Return Of Steve Trevor Revealed

Wonder Woman 2: Title, Images, And The Return Of Steve Trevor Revealed

So perhaps we will just see him in flashback?

Director Patty Jenkins tweeted a teaser pic of the highly anticipated film on Wednesday morning and captioned the post: "Welcome to WONDER WOMAN 1984, Steve Trevor!".

Director Patty Jenkins also made a startling revelation that actor Chris Pine will reprise his role as Steve Trevor, American pilot and the love interest of Diana Prince/ Wonder Woman, in the upcoming film.

The first stills from Warner Bros.'s Wonder Woman 1984 - the sequel to 2017's hit Wonder Woman film - have been released, along with new information and confirmation of previously-reported items. Latter used it to have Brett Ratner, who is accused of sexual harassment in the wake of Me Too movement in Hollywood, removed as producer from the movie.

This was in spite of the decision of multiple countries including Lebanon and Tunisia to ban the movie because Gal is Israeli and served in her country's military in accordance with the draft. First, Trevor's return in Wonder Woman 1984 could be a product of time travel. "We look forward to working with the cast and crew of "Wonder Woman" this summer".

High tech Gal Gadot who plays the franchise's title superhero swung by Twitter Wednesday and posted a snap of herself as Wonder Woman staring at a set of 12 TV monitors

Gadot herself has shared an imagine of Wonder Woman in the new moving looking at a load of stacked TV screens with what's clearly 1980s programming airing.

Last year Wonder Woman saw Gal Gadot's superhero fighting in World War I with Pine's Steve Trevor. Let us know down in the comments.

In general, the Wonder Woman timeline hasn't been a major issue when it comes to exploring the ongoing relationship between Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor.

Kristen Wiig reportedly plays the villain Cheetah in the sequel that's scheduled to be released November 1, 2019. She has tapped Kristen Wiig to play the villain Cheetah and "Narcos" star Pedro Pascal for an unspecified role.

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