"Here's Wonder Woman, and what can she do?"
Plot details for the Wonder Woman sequel are now being kept under wraps.
The image shows Wonder Woman staring at a wall of TV screens, which display images of oil tycoon J.R. Ewing from Dallas, commercials for drinks, a woman driving a sports vehicle with the top down, TV color bars and much more imagery from the period of time.
In the 2017 Wonder Woman film, the military pilot gives up his own life to prevent a German gas attack, so how exactly he returns for the sequel is still a mystery. Along with the surprising reveal that Steve Trevor, who sacrificed himself at the end of the first film, is alive, Jenkins and Gadot also confirmed the title of the highly anticipated film: Wonder Woman 1984.
But in the forthcoming sequel to last year's smash hit superhero film, Steve is back and winds up in 1984 - as fans can see from the movie's first officially released still.
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Others point out that the FTC, which oversees consumer protection for every corner of the USA economy, already has its hands full. Martin said broadband providers probably won't mess with existing services like Netflix , as that could alienate consumers.
In the photo above, we see Wonder Woman soaking in the world that is the 1980s, where the second movie takes place as she battles Kristen Wiig's The Cheetah.
Jenkins' image was joined by another from Gal Gadot's Twitter account - this one showing Wonder Woman silhouetted against a bank of TV screens covered in 80s-style imagery.
Besides, Steve frickin' Trevor is back, back, back, and while his welcome return may defy logic, there's no denying Chris Pine's chemistry with Gadot.
More on this as we get it.
Wonder Woman 2 is now set to hit theaters on November 1, 2019.