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Wonder Woman 1984

Wonder Woman 1984

Yesterday saw it announced that composer Hans Zimmer will be returning to DC with the Wonder Woman 1984 movie, and with that comes a few other updates including X-Men: Dark Phoenix.

Zimmer has agreed to score director Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman sequel, according to the Hans Zimmer official website on Wednesday.

First of all, this is great news because Hans Zimmer's a helluva composer, and any film that's able to bring him on as a collaborator is a lucky film, indeed.

But it's also interesting because Zimmer somewhat-famously retired from scoring superhero movies back in 2016, following the release of Batman V Superman - Dawn of Justice. At the beginning of the year, X-Men: Dark Phoenix star Evan Peters said in an interview that Zimmer would score the upcoming Fox film.

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Despite Rupert Gregson-Williams taking score chores for the first Wonder Woman, it's still Zimmer who is most closely identified with the main theme for Gal Gadot's Diana Prince, thanks to her introduction in Dawn Of Justice.

Taking place nearly 70 years after the first film, Wonder Woman 1984 will pit Gal Gadot's Diana Prince against one of her most iconic comic book foes, Barbara Minerva's Cheetah, as played by Saturday Night Live veteran Kristen Wiig. Written and directed by Simon Kinberg, X-Men: Dark Phoenix hits theaters February 14 2019.

Gal Gadot will reprise her role as Wonder Woman in the sequel and will be joined by actors Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal.

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