Even though life is very slowly starting to come back to normal, there are still a great deal of delays regarding the return of major Hollywood movies into theaters across the world. This means even longer waits are coming for the releases of major franchises such as both the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe.
DC fans are currently awaiting the start of the franchise’s next big slate of movies with Wonder Woman 1984. After multiple delays already, another release date for the film has just passed by this weekend, although it is still set to arrive before 2020 ends - for now. In anticipation of its debut in theaters, a brand new image has been released, centering around the film’s leading lady and star of the DCEU.
In a new release from the Colombia-based Rolling Stones Twitter account, a brand new cover for October 2020 was posted featuring Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman. Along with a cover featuring the actress out of costume, Gadot is shown in her full new Wonder Woman costume, which will make its arrival in Wonder Woman 1984, complete with her golden armor and shining lasso.
The full tweet can be seen below:
#RS064 | Gal Gadot, el nuevo retorno de la Mujer Maravilla.— Rolling Stone Col (@RollingStoneCol) October 4, 2020
Hablamos en exclusiva con @GalGadot sobre la tan esperada continuación de la 'Mujer Maravilla 1984'. #WW84
Historia por: @xciegox
Fotografía: cortesía de @warnerbros pic.twitter.com/seMzEFdnJV
With a handful of trailers and tv spots having already been released that feature this new costume in action, there isn’t much new material to notice here, but it’s still a great full view of a costume fans are already hyped to see on the big screen. With an intense look on her face, Diana Prince looks ready to take on anything that comes her way in this sequel, which already is set to bring her plenty of new problems.
Pedro Pascal’s Max Lord and Kristen Wiig’s Barbara Minerva will both clearly be major forces standing in Diana’s way for Wonder Woman 1984, in both a practical manner as well as supernatural. This comes on top of the emotional baggage she will have to work through with Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor seemingly coming back from the dead, all included in an adventure that has a chance to top an incredible story told in the original Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman 1984 has completed all production and is currently set for release in theaters on Christmas Day 2020.