Just like nearly every other major studio in the business today, Warner Bros. and DC Films are patiently waiting for a return to normalcy and a safe enough climate for them to finally debut an exciting new slate of blockbuster films from the DC Extended Universe. This includes brand new solo films like The Flash and The Batman, both set for 2022 releases, along with highly anticipated sequels such as 2022's untitled Aquaman sequel and 2023's Shazam!: Fury of the Gods.
Long before these films arrive, however, there will be a sequel to Wonder Woman, which has been one of the DCEU's critically and financially best movies so far. Its release has been delayed a handful of times, but Wonder Woman 1984 has shown more footage and teases than any other future movie in the franchise thanks to its production already being completed long before the pandemic hit. Another of these teases has just released thanks to a new social media blast...
The _DCBRASIL Twitter account has shared a brand new behind-the-scenes look at the set of Wonder Woman 1984. This photo features the crew in what appears to be the set of the Smithsonian as the film's director, Patty Jenkins, chats with the film's stars Gal Gadot, Pedro Pascal, and Kirsten Wiig during the shoot.
The full tweet and picture can be seen here:
WHAT THIS MEANS
There is no context for what is about to happen during this scene in the movie, although it does tease the potential for Gadot's Diana Prince to have to deal with both of the film's primary villains at once in Maxwell Lord and Barbara Minnerva. While Lord seems to potentially pose much more of a psycological and theological threat to Diana's journey in this sequel, Minnerva will slowly but surely morph into quite the physical matchup during her transformation into the Cheetah.
After Wonder Woman's adventures in her three DCEU appearances to date, Wonder Woman 1984 has turned into quite possibly the most hyped movie since Gal Gadot first entered the fray as the Amazonian warrior princess. She will have to deal with more trouble in her fourth DCEU movie than in any of her previous adventures to date, both in terms of standing in the way of Lord and Cheetah as well as handling the emotional distress of Chris Pine's Steve Trevor.
Wonder Woman 1984 has completed all production and is currently scheduled to release in theaters on Christmas Day 2020.