Wonder Woman 2: 1980s setting teased for sequel

First Wonder Woman Sequel Tease Confirms 80s Setting

First Wonder Woman Sequel Tease Confirms 80s Setting

We doubt Wonder Woman herself will appear in any of this attire.

It was already common knowledge that Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman 2 will occur during the Cold War in the 1980s.

The logo is a static image that reads "WW84" and reminds of old VHS tapes and the TV "snow" that was commonplace on our screens before the invention of HD viewing. Rumours had surfaced previous year that the new movie will be set somewhere in the Cold War.

Setting the film during the Cold War opens all sorts of possibilities. The first film, which premiered in 2017, took place during the first World War in 1917. As per reports, Warner Bros has recently brought domain names wonderwoman1984.com, wonderwomanlives.com and wonderwomanreturns.com.

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It reads "WW84", which could mean Wonder Woman '84. One is the fact that it will make Patty the highest paid female director in the world. Earlier in May, Variety reported that Jenkins will earn $9 million for directing the superhero sequel. Gal Gadot, of course, will be reprising the title role as well.

Kristin Wiig has joined the sequel as film's villain Cheetah, Wonder Woman's classic comic book foe. Narcos star Pedro Pascal is also among the franchise newcomers.

DC Entertainment president and producer Geoff Johns has released a mysterious but telling clue into the plot of Wonder Woman 2.

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