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Trailer For Wonder Woman 1984 Has Dropped

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Trailer For Wonder Woman 1984 Has Dropped

DC Entertainment has blessed us with the trailer for the highly anticipated Wonder Woman sequel - watch it below:

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Wonder Woman 1984 follows Gal Gadot's superhero into new territory, as she comes into conflict with the Soviet Union during the Cold War and battles a new enemy called The Cheetah.

Gadot seemed pretty excited about the trailer being released after pouring her blood, sweat and tears into the project.

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She wrote on Twitter: "Last night's rehearsal, watching the full trailer I realised - It's happening!!!"

Joining the Israeli actor in the film will be Chris Pine, who played Steve Trevor in the original film, and Kristen Wiig who plays Barbara Ann Minerva, aka The Cheetah. Wiig's character is described as a British archaeologist who becomes the host of a Cheetah goddess after locating the lost city of Urzkartaga.

Additional details about the sequel are still pretty scant but there have been a few clues revealed by the cast and crew. In an interview with Variety's Playback podcast, director Patty Jenkins said the second film will feature another 'great love story'.

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Credit: Gal Gadot/Instagram
Credit: Gal Gadot/Instagram

Jenkins said of the first film: "I did very much thematically want to get to love - because that's what she stands for - and the complexity of what we're facing.

"These were big themes, like [Wonder Woman] stands for love and truth, which is particularly important right now."

She went on to add: "It's got great fun from the start and great big superhero presence from the start, and is funny and a great love story again, and a couple new unbelievable characters who I'm so excited about, who are very different than were in the last movie."

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Game of Thrones actor Pedro Pascal, who played Oberyn Martell, has also signed up for the sequel and he'll be portraying Maxwell Lord, a business man and entrepreneur.

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Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film, DC Comics

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