Patty Jenkins' first teaser about 'Wonder Woman 2' may reveal setting, title

Patty Jenkins' first teaser about 'Wonder Woman 2' may reveal setting, title

Patty Jenkins' first teaser about 'Wonder Woman 2' may reveal setting, title

She's Wonder Woman. She's got to come to America.

Directed by Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot, Wonder Woman 2 is slated to hit theaters on November 1, 2019. Earlier this year at Cinemacon, Jenkins confirmed the movie will be set in the '80s.

The Facebook post sees a black background with "WW84" typed across in a flickering, distorted font.

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DC Entertainment CCO and director Patty Jenkins have both teased what appears to be a logo for the planned Wonder Woman 2.

As you recall, the first film began in modern times, then flashed back to 1917 when Diana Prince first became known as Wonder Woman. "These were big themes, like [Wonder Woman] stands for love and truth, which is particularly important right now".

The sequel to the blockbuster hit "Wonder Woman" isn't due out in theaters until next year, but filmmakers are already sharing hints about what fans can expect. The sequel's villain is Cheetah, played by Kristen Wiig. Patty has also brought on board Narcos actor Pedro Pascal for a key role. Johns is also collaborating with Jenkins and Dave Callaham on the film's screenplay. The first DC feature was released a year ago breaking records at the box office for a female-directed live-action movie, and becoming the highest grossing film stateside of the summer with over $421M and $821M worldwide.

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