Having stormed the battlefields of World War I in the triumphant Wonder Woman, heroic Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) is now going all eighties on us. That's because director Patty Jenkins has tweeted the first images from sequel Wonder Woman 2, and it's trading in No Man's Land for the era of big hair, MTV and bright lights.
The biggest surprise, however, is reserved for the following shot, in which it's revealed the apparently deceased Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) is still alive. He's swapped his wartime fighter pilot gear for a more appropriate tracksuit and trainers combo – but how is this possible, giving he poignantly sacrificed himself at the end of the first movie?
Questions will no doubt be forthcoming. Perhaps we can hope for a reversal of the first movie's terrific fish out of water comedy, with Steve now the character stranded in an environment he doesn't understand?
Released in 2016 to critical acclaim and box office success, Wonder Woman is regarded as the finest movie in the DC Extended Universe so far. Not just a rousing blockbuster, it also helped establish gender parity in a genre too often ruled by male characters, Gadot giving a winning performance as the Themysciran warrior who must adapt to the ways of mankind.
Along with the images, Jenkins may have suggested the film's title with the following hashtag: #WW84. We're waiting for official confirmation on that, but we do know the Wonder Woman sequel co-stars Bridesmaids' Kristen Wiig as villain Cheetah, and is due for release in November 2019.
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