Jenkins also confirmed the film's title, "Wonder Woman 1984".
Warner Bros.is celebrating the start of production on "Wonder Woman 1984" by debuting two first look photos from the highly anticipated superhero sequel.
To say this is blowing things up after blowing up Steve in the first film is an understatement.
The first movie does jolt back and forth across time between the present and World War I, and Wonder Woman appears in other DC films set in the modern era.
Previously director Patty Jenkins revealed the Wonder Woman sequel will be set in the United States.
Does this mean that he is somehow back from the dead? Gal Gadot obviously reprises her titular role, and Pedro Pascal also co-stars in the film. We'll bring you more on Wonder Woman 1984 as we learn it. A vision Diana sees of what might have been, only hella '80s? There's going to be an very bad lot of explaining to do when Wonder Woman 2 hits theaters as to how Trevor is back in action. It's a movie that many DC Comics fans are looking forward to, especially after how badly Warner Bros. screwed up Justice League.
"Wonder Woman 1984", which arrives in theaters November 1, 2019, is now in production and is filming right here in Washington.
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