Wonder Woman 1984 and Omaze have paired together to give the ultimate experience for DC fans. Winners of the charity campaign will score an extra role in the sequel and get to hang out with director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot on the top secret set in London. Fans can go donate money for more chances to win and there's some pretty awesome incentive prizes that are getting swooped up fast, like an autographed Wonder Woman script and signed photos of Gadot, to name a few.
The Wonder Woman 1984 Omaze campaign still has 47 days left to go, as of this writing, and all proceeds will benefit The Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC), who are bringing together a few dozen formerly incarcerated young people with positive mentors to offer encouragement, guidance, and resources. The winner of the charity campaign will be chosen at random, and will get to fly with one friend to the London, England set. However, the lucky friend will not be able to dress up in the 1980s gear for an extra role.
It's not clear how long the winner will be able to hang on the set of Wonder Woman 1984 with Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins, but it does say that the winner will be able to ask the director and star a bunch of questions. In addition, since the plot of the sequel is still very much a secret, the winner and chosen guest will more than likely have to sign non-disclosure agreements to keep anything from the movie leaking, which will include the location of the studio.
Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins, and Chris Pine made an appearance at San Diego Comic-Con last week to deliver the very first footage of Wonder Woman 1984 to a shocked audience at Hall H. Production just started on the sequel back in June, so it was a complete surprise that there was even a scene to be shown. The scene in question featured Diana Prince protecting a young girl in a shopping mall from two thugs and was a short, action-packed clip that got everybody in attendance excited for the sequel to hit theaters in late 2019.
Wonder Woman 1984 is currently filming in and around the Virginia area, but it's not clear when the production will move across the pond to London. The sets in the Virginia area have been out in the open, leading to a lot of leaked behind-the-scenes footage to leak online. The language in the campaign information makes it sound like the London set will be a lot more secure than it has stateside. There's still plenty of time to donate and help the ARC foundation, so go over to Omaze to figure out how much you can spare for a chance at meeting Gal Gadot and getting an extra part in Wonder Woman 1984.