Wonder Woman 1984 First Look: Steve Trevor Is Alive?!

Wonder Woman 1984 First Look: Steve Trevor Is Alive?!

Wonder Woman 1984 First Look: Steve Trevor Is Alive?!

Hopefully we'll also get to see what kind of accessories he has hanging out in his awesome fanny pack.

Wonder Woman 1984 is set for release in November 2019.

In the midst of all the exciting news that broke earlier today in regards to next year's Wonder Woman 1984, fans and moviegoers alike are no doubt anticipating Diana Prince's (Gal Gadot) upcoming cinematic appearance in the slew of official and on set photos that were revealed but it looks as though one fan has made a decision to have a little bit of fun with one of the official stills from the upcoming DC Comics film.

The fair assumption was that Trevor perished in the explosion, but this picture confirms he will feature in the sequel.

Yeah, Steve Trevor definitely sacrificed himself in World War I to save countless lives in the first movie, so why is he back in 1984?

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Steve Trevor faced an off-screen death when his plane exploded in Wonder Woman, but it looks like Chris Pine is ready to rock in the sequel, now officially titled Wonder Woman 1984. Pine's fate was uncertain after he was blown up at the end of the last movie.

Both Jenkins and Gadot dropped major bombshells about the new movie on social media today.

Director Patty Jenkins on Thursday released a still from the coming film, Wonder Woman 1984, showing Chris Pine's Steve Trevor alive and well. It's obviously unclear why he's back, but it's pretty exciting he's back as their relationship was so fantastically executed in the first 2/3rds of the first film. And nearly exactly a year later, Jenkins has shared the first two images from the sequel, simultaneously confirming a shocking return. Wonder Woman is a bright light in the DCEU's catalog. Wonder Woman - standing in front of a window of TV sets. It's possible in a comic book universe, but would perhaps risk undermining his emotional exit in Wonder Woman.

The director has also confirmed Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids) will be playing Wonder Woman's nemesis Cheetah in the sequel. Also known as British archaeologist Dr Barbara Ann Minerva, Cheetah has been cursed to transform into the creature who hungers for human flesh; it is not known if the pair will be old friends in the film as they are sometimes connected in the comics.

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