Patty Jenkins along with Pedro Pascal, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Gal Gadot all joined to kick off the first ever DC Fandome. Patty Jenikis spoke on how she wanted to make sure to bring the Wonder Woman 84 film to the fans in theaters.
While they were talking video questions from the fans and special fan in Venus Williams who asked would Wonder Woman and Cheetah but aside their differences to play doubles in tennis. The we ALL were treated to a video FAN question from a VERY SPECIAL GUEST in the original Wonder Woman herself, LYNDA CARTER.
We however finally did get a 2nd trailer and WOW JUST WOW
Today we were treated to the first trailer for WONDER WOMAN 1984 starring Gal Gadot reprising her role as the Amazonian princess, Diana Prince and is directed by Patty Jenkins.
The trailer takes us on a trip through 1984 and we get such a vintage and amazing feel. We are also introduce to Kristen Wiig’s, Barbara Ann Minerva who eventually will become Wonder Woman’s arch-nemesis as well as our first look at Pedro Pascal as Maxwell Lord. We are also treated to the return of Chris Pine as Steve Trevor.
Check out the trailer below and let it be known what you think.
Also check out the trailer reaction with the resident Super Villain, Jay Washington and the Jersey Jackass BC.
Many of us have been wondering when we get either new footage or a poster of sorts for Patty Jenkins sequel WONDER WOMAN 1984. Since nothing had been heard it was easily surmised that Warner Bros. would be waiting until San Diego Comic Con and its big panel in Hall H.
Well today the WB revealed that they will not be having a presence in Hall H during this years comic con and it rightfully shocked many people.
In comes Patty Jenkins to the rescue. Jenkins took to Twitter to express her disappointment and also unveil and amazing new poster for the upcoming sequel.
We get a look at Gal Gadot as the heroic Amazonian is a very psychadelic, 1980s vibe poster. Check it out in full and let us know what you think.
This is quite a bit of a shock to be honest. With everything seemingly on track well that now is not the case as Wonder Woman 1984 has been pushed back to a 2020 release.
Warner Bros. has moved the film back seven months from it’s original slated release date of Nov. 1, 2019, to June 5, 2020.
The sequel to the blockbuster now replaces Mark Wahlberg’s “Six Billion Dollar Man,” which has been taken off the schedule. But there is seemingly good reason for the switch of release dates.
Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros.’ president of domestic distribution, said, “We had tremendous success releasing the first ‘Wonder Woman’ film during the summer so when we saw an opportunity to take advantage of the changing competitive landscape, we did. This move lands the film exactly where it belongs.”
Wonder Woman 1984 stars Gal Gadot as the Amazonian princess from the mystical land of Themyscira and is directed by returning director, Patty Jenkins.
What are your thoughts on this move to becoming a summer blockbuster.
Iconic Oscar winning composer Hans Zimmer is OFFICIALLY coming back to the realm of superhero films to score the blockbuster sequel to Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman 1984.
Zimmer’s scores are felt throughout DC’s live action films. First being part the of Christopher Nolan The Dark Knight trilogy, then Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel. Zimmer would return to compose the music for Snyder’s follow-up movie, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, alongside fellow composer Junkie XL.
Many may or may not be informed but Zimmer composed the epic and iconic theme for Wonder Woman that was heard in Dawn of Justice and would carry over into her first solo film.
Now the reason in which this such a major deal besides just the fact that it is Zimmer himself, is that Zimmer had announced that he had officially retired from working on superhero films. However this may not be the welcome back party to the genre. Earlier this year, Evan Peters who plays Quicksilver in the new X-men Franchise, said that Zimmer would score the upcoming X-men film, X-Men Dark Phoenix. Zimmer has not confirmed nor denied the claim.
The cast of the sequel to the blockbuster Wonder Woman just keeps growing. Yesterday it was announced that Natasha Rockwell (Insecure) would be in the ensemble and now today, Netflix’s Master of None, Ravi Patel has been included.
He is aprt of a cast that is a knock out headlined by a returning Gal Gadot (Justice League), who will reprise her role as the Princess of Themyscira for the fourth time in three years. Chris Pine as Steve Trevor (Star Trek Beyond), Academy Award-nominee Kristen Wiig (The Martian) as The Cheetah and Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones
Production is already underway on the highly-anticipated sequel, and it is expected to hit theaters on November 1, 2019.
It seems as if thanks to the power of Twitter we have the OFFICIAL title for the sequel to the blockbuster hit Wonder Woman.
Both director Patty Jenkins and Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot both took to Twitter today to not only give us what seems like a confirmation of the follow-up films title but also the return of a very important character in Wonder Woman’s life.
Now in both of the tweets we see “Wonder Woman 1984” and the hashtag #WW84, so it is pretty safe to assume that “Wonder Woman 1984” will be the name of the film. As we already know that the film is set to take place in the 1980s.
But the most peculiar and HIGHLY QUESTIONABLE thing is in Patty Jenkins tweet showing the return of Chris Pine as Steve Trevor. the biggest question that is and should be asked with that is “HOW?!?!?!”. If you remember in the first film he sacrificed himself during Wonder Woman’s final fight with Ares. He blows himself up in an airplane carrying bombs and poison. Now if you tell me that at that LAST moment a Green Lantern returned to pull him out the aircraft or that in this instance Diana is just hallucinating then I think it will all play out. If not it’s pretty much a safe bet that we will see both Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot being questioned in the form of that of Ricky Ricardo, “You got some ‘splaning to do.”
Let us know your thoughts, are you intrigued to now know the potential title of the movie and what are your thoughts on the “return” of Steve Trevor.