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13 June 2018, 06:59 | Regina Holmes
First photos from 'Wonder Woman 1984' confirm that Chris Pine is returning as Steve Trevor
We'd like to think the second image in the first row depicts the invisible plane, but then it wouldn't be visible on the monitor, would it?
The image shows Wonder Woman staring at a wall of TV screens, which display images of oil tycoon J.R. Ewing from Dallas, commercials for drinks, a woman driving a sports auto with the top down, TV color bars and much more imagery from the period of time.
Plot details for the Wonder Woman sequel are now being kept under wraps.
This is all doubly surprising given that the Wonder Woman sequel's set in the mid-1980s.
Yeah, that's Trevor looking like Huey Lewis and Wonder Woman faced with a bevy of screens (hint, hint, 1984) - all showing advertisements (which could tie in to Cheetah's wealthy character).
Patty Jenkins, the director of both Wonder Woman movies, tweeted an image Wednesday of Steve staring bemused in what appears to be a shopping mall.
One of the images is quite a doozy. While the details have been kept tightly under wraps, it has been officially confirmed that Chris Pine will be reprising his role as Steve Trevor (despite his untimely end in the original film) and Kristen Wiig will join as a new nemesis, Cheetah. Diana Prince may not age like ordinary mortals, but Trevor surely does; so how come he still looks so fresh-faced all these decades after the first film, set in World War I? Where did he get that tracksuit and how is it the most toned-down thing happening in this neon '80s dreamscape?
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