New footage for Wonder Woman 1984 shows off Gal Gadot’s Diana Prince in action at Washington D.C.
Some new images and footage were revealed during a WarnerMedia presentation today. IGN posted some of these images and they might give people some more insight into where the film will be going. The footage includes some scenes set at Washington D.C., including a shot of Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) at the Washington Monument. While there, Diana shares a tender moment with her beloved flame, of whom she thought died a hero’s death in World War I.
According to the publication, a lot of the action is taking place in Washington, DC. Wonder Woman is facing down enemies inside of the White House in her new armor and protecting Steve Trevor from a hail of gunfire. One shot involves Diana grabbing a gun and unloading it in slow motion while she uses her Lasso of Truth to bring in her enemies closer.
It appears that Gal Gadot was involved in even more action for Wonder Woman 1984. Based on the footage screened as well as some of the story details we have heard thus far, it appears that Diana will be experiencing the most dangerous threat she has yet to face in the highly-anticipated sequel.
Are you excited to see Gal Gadot back in action for Wonder Woman 1984? Are you looking forward to seeing her action sequences in Washington D.C.? Sound off in the comments below.