New Wonder Woman 1984 movie images and the DC film’s Entertainment Weekly magazine cover reveal a better look at Diana’s Golden Eagle armor. Gal Gadot made her DC Extended Universe debut as Diana Prince in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, before her origin story was explored in 2017’s Wonder Woman. Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman’s solo movie was a resounding success, and it wasn’t long before Warner Bros. and DC Films announced a Wonder Woman sequel was in the works. Originally slated for November 2019, Wonder Woman 1984‘s release date is now set for June, returning to the summer window where the first film was such a success.
In addition to Gadot, Wonder Woman 1984 sees the return of Chris Pine as Steve Trevor. However, since Steve died at the end of Wonder Woman, fans are curious about how the character returns for the sequel – and that’s one of the major mysteries surrounding the upcoming DC movie. Additionally, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal join Wonder Woman 1984 as Barbara Minerva aka Cheetah and Maxwell Lord respectively. The first Wonder Woman 1984 movie trailer was unveiled in December, and now Warner Bros. kicks off the official marketing push for the film with an EW cover story.
Today, EW revealed its Wonder Woman 1984 magazine cover, featuring Gadot suited up in Diana’s Golden Eagle armor that was first glimpsed in the movie’s teaser poster and seen again in the trailer. Additional photos feature Gadot wearing Wonder Woman’s classic red and blue costume, as well as Diana teaming up with the returned Steve Trevor. See the Wonder Woman 1984 photos and EW cover below.
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