On Wednesday, Alexandria, Virginia, was graced with the presence of Chris Pine and Gal Gadot on the set of Wonder Woman: 1984. This is the first time the two stars have been spotted filming for the highly anticipated sequel to the 2017 blockbuster hit. Director Patty Jenkins even took to Twitter earlier in the day to share a sneak peek of Pine’s appearance in the film. However, many fans were left scratching their heads as Pine’s character was killed off in the first film and the sequel takes place almost 70 years later, in 1984.
The second installment of Wonder Woman featuring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine is currently in production, as evidenced by recent images taken on set in Virginia. As is typical with comic book characters, death is not always permanent and fans have speculated on various ways that Pine’s character, Trevor, could return. One possibility is that he will play Trevor’s son in the new film. Set in 1984, both Gadot and Pine’s costumes for the scene captured hint at the retro vibe of the era, with Gadot sporting a cream suit paired with a white blouse.
Fans are left scratching their heads with Pine’s casting as he was previously killed off in the first movie, which became a global sensation under the direction of Patty Jenkins.
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One odd thing about comic book characters is that they often come back to life after dying. There are various theories circulating among fans and scholars about how this phenomenon can be explained. Some suggest that time travel, resurrection, or alternate universes could play a role in the character’s revival.
Taking a trip down memory lane, the sequel is transported back to 1984, and the fashion choices of the two main characters on Wednesday embodied the era perfectly.
Chris chose to dress up in a classic fashion, donning black slacks and a short navy bomber jacket, reminiscent of his days as a World War I pilot. His companion added a touch of sophistication to her outfit by completing it with a navy striped waistcoat and a thick brown belt. Chris’s attention to detail was evident as he pulled up his sleeves, giving a nod to the fashion of the era. To add a modern touch, he completed his outfit with cream-colored Nike trainers.
Forgot it at home: The classic Wonder Woman costume was nowhere to be seen at the moment.
Gadot looked absolutely stunning in a vintage cream suit with a loose fit, paired with a white blouse featuring a large collar that harkened back to the style of the 1980s.
Completing the outfit, she added a waistcoat with navy stripes and a belt in a rich brown hue.
In Miami Vice, Gal made sure to keep her sleeves rolled up without fail.
Recap: During filming breaks, the gorgeous 33-year-old actress enjoyed a drink and was spotted wearing the iconic 80s fashion item, a fannypack. Director Patty Jenkins took to Twitter to share a sneak peek from the upcoming film, featuring Chris Pine in the same outfit, appearing a bit confused in a shopping mall. The director expressed excitement about the return of Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman 1984, following the critical success of the first film.
The two guys in the film “A Wrinkle in Time” made it clear what time period the movie was taking place in, leaving no room for uncertainty.
Chris ditched his bomber jacket and flaunted a snug white t-shirt paired with high-waisted trousers.
It is believed that Pine’s character in the upcoming movie could be the son of Trevor. Despite appearing as young as he did during the 1910s, his surroundings and the fashion choices of those around him suggest that the film is set in the Reagan Era. The return of Pine’s character is a mystery, considering he gave up his life in the previous movie to prevent a German gas attack. Gadot, who plays Wonder Woman, shared a photo of herself on Twitter staring at a set of 12 TV monitors.
On Wednesday, Director Jenkins shared the first official image of her upcoming movie sequel Wonder Woman 1984 on Twitter. The photo showcases Chris Pine’s character, Steve Trevor, in the Reagan Era.
Actress Gal Gadot, who portrays the iconic superheroine in the Wonder Woman film franchise, recently took to Twitter to share an intriguing photo. The picture shows her in character as Wonder Woman gazing at a group of 12 TV monitors, each displaying imagery reminiscent of the 1980s. Fans have speculated that this could hint at the setting for the upcoming sequel to the first film, which toggled between World War I and the present day. Director Patty Jenkins and DC Entertainment President Geoff Johns had previously teased the possibility of a 1984 setting for the new movie, and both Gadot and Jenkins changed their Twitter cover photos to display the cryptic message “WW84,” causing a stir among fans.
It’s a triumph for Wonder Woman as it became the highest grossing DC Extended Universe film domestically, with only Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice beating it globally. Director Patty Jenkins announced on Twitter that Kristen Wiig will play the role of Cheetah, a part-feline supervillain. Despite being banned in many countries, including Lebanon and Tunisia, due to Gal Gadot’s Israeli background and military service, it still managed to rake in impressive earnings.
Earlier this month, both Patty and Geoff Johns, president of DC Entertainment, hinted at the 1984 setting of the next Wonder Woman movie. The first film focuses on Diana’s early years as an Amazon warrior being trained on the Mediterranean island of Themyscira. However, when Steve washes ashore, Diana’s life takes an unexpected turn as she discovers her superpowers during the Great War. Connie Nielson plays Queen Hippolyta, Diana’s mother and ruler of Themyscira, while Robin Wright portrays General Antiope, Hippolyta’s sister and Diana’s trainer.
The death of Steve in the Wonder Woman movie of 2017 was a tragic moment when he sacrificed himself to stop a German gas attack. It is still unclear how he will make a return for the sequel, leaving fans curious as to what will happen next.