wonder woman 1984

The Wonder Woman sequel officially has a title. And plenty of big hair and sweatsuits. The sequel to the best DCEU movie is leaning into its ’80s setting with a very fitting title: Wonder Woman 1984. But along with that title comes an even greater reveal — Chris Pine is back as Steve Trevor! And he’s wearing a sweatsuit and looking as confused as we are!

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wonder woman 2 title

We still have well over a year until the best DCEU superhero returns to the big screen, but Warner Bros. has remained astonishingly tight-lipped about the title of the Wonder Woman sequel. It evades our grasp, even as the highly anticipated sequel builds an exciting, star-studded cast and heads to the glorious era of big hair and Cold Wars.

But a flurry of registered domain names may have just provided us the hint we needed to narrow down the Wonder Woman 2 title. Or is Warner Bros. just playing a game of viral misdirection with us? Find out more below.

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hollywood salaries

Robert Downey Jr. only appeared in Spider-Man: Homecoming for 8 minutes, but those 8 minutes were enough to net him a $10 million payday. If that seems like a lot to you, just wait till you learn how much money Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is making for an upcoming film called Red Notice. Get the details on some Hollywood salaries below.

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wonder woman 2 imax

We’ll take any info about Wonder Woman 2 we can get at this point. Like how it’s being shot, for instance! Patty Jenkins will be shooting a portion of her super-sequel in IMAX, so expect big action when Wonder Woman 2 hits in 2019.

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wonder woman 2 cast

The Wonder Woman 2 cast is growing. Game of Thrones actor Pedro Pascal is the latest addition to the superhero sequel, joining star Gal Gadot and recently cast Kristen Wiig. Patty Jenkins is returning to helm the follow-up to 2017’s Wonder Woman.

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wonder woman 2 villain cheetah

Wonder Woman has done battle with the gods. What could possibly be next?

One of Diana of Themyscira’s most famous foes: Cheetah. Sometimes she’s a villain of Diana’s own making, sometimes she’s a friend turned into Diana’s worst enemy, and sometimes she’s the corrupt, twisted foil to everything Wonder Woman stands for.

And with Kristen Wiig officially confirmed to star as Cheetah in Wonder Woman 2, it’s time to dive into this character. Who is Cheetah? What does she want? And what version of her will we see on the big screen come 2019?

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Wonder Woman 2 villain

Kristen Wiig might be joining the DCEU. Breaking news reveals Wiig is in talks to take on the role of Wonder Woman 2 villain Cheetah. Make this happen, Hollywood.

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Wonder Woman 2 anti sexual harassment

Wonder Woman has been an inspiring figure to women for decades, and she continues to inspire now that she’s made the leap to the big screen. Wonder Woman 2 has become the first film to implement the new anti-sexual harassment guidelines released by the Producer’s Guild of America.

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Wonder Woman 2

Wonder Woman was a wonderful surprise for the DCEU: a film that garnered great reviews and cleaned up at the box office. Fans of the film want to know what’s going to happen in Wonder Woman 2, and while director Patty Jenkins isn’t spilling any specific details yet, she did hint that the upcoming sequel would be “totally different” than the first film. Which could mean literally anything, but here we are.

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wonder woman 2 love story

Wonder Woman remains the shining beacon upon which Warner Bros. lays the future of the DC Extended Universe, so needless to say, director Patty Jenkins is facing super-sized expectations to replicate the success of the hugely successful female-led superhero movie.

So what was it that made Wonder Woman work so well? Was it the film’s earnest, optimistic approach to Warner Bros.’ dour superhero universe? Was it the flawed and complex female character at its center? The equally complex male lead played by Chris Pine? Or their endearing love story, the echoes of which resound even in Gal Gadot‘s appearance as Diana in this year’s Justice League? It’s natural that Jenkins would revisit all of these elements in Wonder Woman 2, which is planned to be set in the U.S. in the 1980s — except for that part about the love story.

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