Every ‘Wonder Woman 2’ Detail Revealed So Far

Wonder Woman is the highest-performing film in the DCEU so far, and we already have some information on the sequel. Wonder Woman 2 was confirmed to be on the Warner Bros. slate at San Diego Comic-Con 2017.

There’s a lot of speculation surrounding the flick, which is years away from its big screen debut. Here’s what we do know about the Gal Gadot-helmed film.

Lynda Carter cameo

Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman holding her arms in an X-formation in front of a car

Lynda Carter in Wonder Woman | Warner Bros.

The original Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter, portrayed Diane Prince in the ‘70s TV series of the same name. And today, she’s still a supporter of the role that made her famous, even showing up to the premiere of the new film in June.

Fans have speculated that Carter might make a cameo in the upcoming sequel, and though nothing is confirmed, the Supergirl actress is on board. She told People, “It really is up to Patty [Jenkins], and if it works in an organic way it’ll be great fun and it’ll be wonderful to do.”

The release date

Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) flexes her arm in a scene from the movie

Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman | Warner Bros.

Before Comic-Con, new slots for DC films were added to Warner Bros. slate, one of which was for June 20, 2020. Despite a lack of confirmation, reporters such as the Hollywood Reporter’s Pamela McClintock felt that given the timing, that was the most likely date for Wonder Woman 2.

Fortunately, fans of Themyscira’s most famous resident won’t have to wait that long. In the week following Comic-Con, Warner Bros. revealed that Wonder Woman 2 is scheduled to land in theaters on  on December 13, 2019.

Patty Jenkins

Patty Jenkins makes the Wonder Woman X with her arms on the red carpet

Patty Jenkins has received a ton of praise over the years. | Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Turner

Director Patty Jenkins was a relative unknown pre-Wonder Woman, despite having been at the helm of Monster, the film that won Charlize Theron her Oscar. Now, Jenkins has received mass critical praise, as well as earning the biggest domestic box office opening ever for a female director.

It would seem that after such a success, Jenkins would be immediately handed the reins to the sequel. While it didn’t happen quite that quickly, Jenkins has now finalized a deal with Warner Bros. that will earn her a larger paycheck in order to return to direct to the follow-up.

The script is in production

CCO at DC Geoff Johns looks to the side in front of a red backdrop

Geoff Johns spoke few words about the next Wonder Woman film. | Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

One of the very few new bits of information we did learn from Comic-Con? The script is already underway.

Geoff Johns, chief creative officer at DC, spoke to the press before the Warner Bros. presentation on Saturday. His simple quote sadly doesn’t tell us much: “I’m working right now on the Wonder Woman 2 script. I just started.”

Cold War-era setting

Wonder Woman (Diana Prince) and Steve Trevor in matching jackets and coats

Diana Prince and Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman | DC

The first film saw Diana take on German enemies during World War I, but it was bookended with shots of her in modern-day France. Some initial rumors claimed the sequel would keep her in the present, allowing her to team up with her Justice League cohorts.

But new buzz tells a different story. We may see Diana rocking the ‘80s permed hair in a Cold War-era setting.

In the U.S.

Wonder Woman holds the American Flag

Wonder Woman might be coming to America. | Pinterest

Where will our favorite Amazon be in Wonder Woman 2? There’s less of a mystery surrounding her global location than her place in time.

Jenkins told Entertainment Weekly, “The story will take place in the U.S., which I think is right. … She’s Wonder Woman. She’s got to come to America. It’s time.”

The return of Chris Pine

Steve Trevor laying on the beach as Diana hovers over him

Chris Pine as Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman | Warner Bros.

Spoilers for anyone who hasn’t seen Wonder Woman (hopefully none of you reading this), but the final act of the film sees Diana’s love interest, Steve Trevor, making the ultimate sacrifice for their cause. Steve’s death was what propelled Diana to keep fighting, but it was still sad to see him go.

It’s almost impossible that Chris Pine’s character is still alive. However, there have been rumors that we’ll see him again in the sequel, in some capacity.

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