The truth about Wonder Woman 1984, will return Chris Pine?


Wonder Woman 1984 remains the bet more safe DC and Warner for this year in the section superheroico. We saw at the beginning of the year, the adaptation of Birds of Prey with a Margot Robbie unleashed, but the expectation is much higher to know what will bring again the Amazon warrior, of the hand of Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot.

The magazine EMPIRE has shared a series of exclusive images and Wonder Woman on the cover of their new issue, on the occasion of the change of the date for the premiere of the film.

Wonder Woman 1984 it was going to premiere this coming month of June, but due to the crisis of the Coronavirus, has moved the date to August. With the occasion of the launch of the exclusive images, also Empire has unveiled an interview with your protagonist Gal Gadot.

“The first movie was a kind of ‘coming of age’, was Diana becoming Wonder Woman. It was very naive and didn’t understand the complexities of life. A fish out of water. But in this new film, is not the case or much less. Diana has evolved. It is much more mature and very intelligent. Anyway, is very single. Has lost all the members of your team. But, suddenly, something very crazy happens,” indicate.

In the images we see finally the legendary Lasso of Truth Wonder Womanone of their weapons more iconic, besides her character kissing Steve Trevor (played by Chris Pine), who died in the previous installment, and his return is one of the big unknowns of Wonder Woman 1984.

Chris it was an integral part of the film, and its success. And because of that he and Patty had so much fun working together, all we wanted was back. And Patty and the co-writer Geoff Johns they discovered the best way for that Steve return”, indicated

Wonder Woman it was a great phenomenon that set up to Gal Gadot as star world and raised $ 822 million dollars (772 million euros). In the sequel, again under the direction of Patty Jenkins, Gadot will be accompanied by Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal, among others.

Other blockbusters such as No time to die (James Bond), (Fast & Furious 9), Mulan or Black widow have had to delay or suspend without date their premieres due to the coronavirus.