Published: Thu, July 13, 2017
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

'Wonder Woman 2 ' Plot Details: Will '80s Timeline Bring Back Chris Pine?

'Wonder Woman 2 ' Plot Details: Will '80s Timeline Bring Back Chris Pine?

Screen Rant reports that the sequel will be set in the United States in the 1980s.

But it sounds like DC is sticking to what worked the first time: a period piece.

Director Patty Jenkins is on board for the sequel and will work on the script. Jenkins return, however, isn't official yet. What's more, Chris Pine - who played Steve Trevor in the first film - will return in some capacity.

Since its June 2 premiere, Wonder Woman has earned more than $368 million in North America, beating out Deadpool's $363 million in 2016. (And Diana of Themyscira isn't done climbing the ranks!) In response to the Amazonian feat, Deadpool's alter ego Reynolds took time to praise the critically acclaimed DCEU film on social media. There's no current release date or window for Wonder Woman yet either, though much of the remaining DC Cinematic Universe has a lockdown on release dates through 2020. Reynolds uploaded a photo of his character Deadpool wearing a "Wonder Woman" necklace, with his gloved hands forming a heart shape around its pendant. If you haven't seen the movie yet, be careful as some of his images relate to the film's climax. Pictures'Wonder Woman continues to impress at the box office. It overcame the odds, beating back any notion that a female-driven superhero movie would sell as well as one revolving around dudes.

Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior.

Or so claim the latest reports about Wonder Woman 2.

Would we be seeing a very old Steve Trevor? He could be working for the Soviets, a la Bucky Barnes in Winter Soldier.

Wonder Woman is in theaters now. And if Lynda Carter, known to have embodied Wonder Woman in the television series, made a cameo?

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