"Wonder Woman 1984", the sequel to last year's hit movie "Wonder Woman" will film in Alexandria, Virginia, Governor Ralph Northam announced Wednesday. After the unremarkable box office of Justice League, which was the last theatrical appearance of Wonder Woman, DC is now in a course correction mode.
The crew for "Wonder Woman 1984" will be in Alexandria for several weeks this summer, commonwealth officials said in a statement.
A press release from Warner Bros. officially reveals the title of the Wonder Woman sequel to be Wonder Woman 1984, reflecting the time jump from director Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot's original film set in 1917.
In the 2017 Wonder Woman film, the military pilot gives up his own life to prevent a German gas attack, so how exactly he returns for the sequel is still a mystery.
Previously director Patty Jenkins revealed the Wonder Woman sequel will be set in the United States.
The first rule of comics is that nobody truly dies unless you see a body (and even then, the world can always be reset).
Does this mean that he is somehow back from the dead? Principal photography is underway on Warner Bros. A descendant of Steve who just happens to look suspiciously like Chris Pine?
As for the mall setting in Wonder Woman 2, it's been reported that it might have to do with the introduction to Kristen Wiig's Cheetah. Pictures statement said "Wonder Woman 1984" is scheduled to open November 1, 2019.
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