'Wonder Woman 2' first look: Steve Trevor is very much alive

'Wonder Woman 2' first look: Steve Trevor is very much alive

'Wonder Woman 2' first look: Steve Trevor is very much alive

Isn't that JR Ewing from Dallas we can see there on the left?

Wonder Woman 1984, which will hit cinemas on November 1, 2019, is the eighth instalment in the DC Universe franchise.

The highly-anticipated Wonder Woman 2 titled Wonder Woman 1984 has finally started filming and it's none other than director Patty Jenkins herself who shared the first official photo from the sequel on social media.

The fair assumption was that Trevor perished in the explosion, but this picture confirms he will feature in the sequel.

Jenkins took to Twitter to post an on-set image of Chris Pine in the role of Captain Steve Trevor.


Wonder Woman 1984 has only just entered production, and already fans are speculating about the plot of this sequel. Latter used it to have Brett Ratner, who is accused of sexual harassment in the wake of Me Too movement in Hollywood, removed as producer from the movie.

Gadot is, of course, reprising her titular role.

With Patty Jenkins behind the camera, and basically the entire crew returning from the first film, it's looking like we're going to get a second good DCEU movie. She tweeted a photo of Diana Prince in front of a bank of TVs (one which shows Christie Brinkley in a red convertible in the memorable scene from the 1983 National Lampoon's Vacation movie).

It comes as it was recently revealed that Kristen Wiig will be playing Wonder Woman's nemesis, Cheetah, in the film. It may be that this version of Steve is descended from the one we know. After the unremarkable box office of Justice League, which was the last theatrical appearance of Wonder Woman, DC is now in a course correction mode.

During Justice League - which took place in modern times - Wonder Woman was still visibly grieving over Steve Trevor.

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