The Wonder Woman 1984 teaser trailer has been released. We finally have our first footage of Gal Gadot back as Diana Prince and there's a lot going on. The short glimpse at the highly anticipated sequel is action-packed and features Prince doing a voice over. "Nothing good is born from lies," she says, "and greatness is not what you think." It's looking like the trailer, which drops tomorrow (December 8th), is going to be even crazier than this short burst of footage. It's a pretty great little tease of what's to come.
In addition to Diana Prince harnessing lightning and using her golden lasso, we also get a look at Pedro Pascal's Maxwell Lord in the teaser for tomorrow's Wonder Woman 2 trailer. The colors are vibrant, though we don't really get an indication of the 1980s setting until New Order's 1983 hit single "Blue Monday" fires up at the end of the teaser. Kristen Wiig's Cheetah is nowhere to be found, but Chris Pine's Steve Trevor can be seen fighting in the background, wearing the same Nike's Michael J. Fox has in Back to the Future, which came out in 1985.
Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot will be on hand at the CCXP in Brazil this weekend to premiere the first Wonder Woman 1984 trailer. Jenkins is excited to finally share some footage with DC fans, especially since the sequel was originally supposed to have hit theaters already. Warner Bros. decided against the November 2019 release date and pushed it back to June 5th, giving it a better chance at dominating the box office during the crucial summer time frame. By the looks of things, DC fans are going to be in for a treat when the movie hits theaters.
Earlier this week, Gal Gadot announced that the first Wonder Woman 1984 footage would arrive on Sunday. Like Patty Jenkins, Gadot is excited for fans to see what they have been up to. The actress has been connecting with fans on social media all week to promote the trailer. Jenkins and Gadot had originally planned on showing off some footage at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, but Warner Bros. decided to sit out this year, much like Marvel Studios did the year before. In addition to the sequel news, Gadot has been in the news for another DC movie lately.
Gal Gadot joined the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement to celebrate the two-year anniversary of Justice League. Gadot joined the rest of the cast, excluding Henry Cavill, by posting on social media about Zack Snyder's original cut of the movie. Will the Snyder Cut ever see the light of day? That's a mystery at this time, but for now, DC fans should be focused on Wonder Woman 1984, since it's coming out in a few months. While we wait for the trailer to drop tomorrow, you can check out the first footage from Wonder Woman 1984 below, thanks to the Wonder Woman Film Facebook account.