Patty Jenkins and Geoff Johns reveal when Wonder Woman 2 is set

Yolanda Curtis
June 4, 2018

The visual read, "WW84", meaning the film could be set in 1984.

Jenkins and Geoff Johns, president and chief creative officer of DC Entertainment, updated their social media accounts with the image this afternoon.

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The first Wonder Woman movie also starred Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, David Thewlis, Connie Nielsen, Elena Anaya, Ewen Bremner, Lucy Davis, Lisa Loven Kongsli, Saïd Taghmaoui and Eugene Brave Rock and brought in $821 million at the global box office.

Now, we have some new info on the sequel, which is set to drop next year. The first film, which premiered in 2017, took place during the first World War in 1917.

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Setting the film during the Cold War opens all sorts of possibilities. The new logo also makes us wonder if the title of the movie will be Wonder Woman 84 or Wonder Woman 1984.

"For all of us who pretended we were Lynda Carter [who played Wonder Woman in the '70s TV show] running around the playground, you can save the world, you can take out the bad guy and you look like Lynda while you're doing it", she added. Earlier in May, Variety reported that Jenkins will earn $9 million for directing the superhero sequel. Now, she will become the highest paid woman director of all time.

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Kristin Wiig has joined the sequel as film's villain Cheetah, Wonder Woman's classic comic book foe. Narcos star Pedro Pascali has also been confirmed for an unknown lead role.

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