Entertainment Weekly Shares Exclusive New Photos from ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

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The sequel to the hit 2017 live-action Wonder Woman adaption is finally set to arrive this summer.

Though most of the plot of Wonder Woman 1984 still under wraps, there’s certainly a lot to look forward to with director Patty Jenkins at the helm again, Gal Gadot in the leading role, and a killer supporting cast, to boot.

What we do know is that, time-wise, this film will be a far leap from the World War I setting of the previous one — instead taking place in the 80s. And the supposedly dead Steve Trevor will be making an appearance somehow, with Chris Pine reprising his role, though the nature of his return is yet unknown.

Our villains this time around will be businessman Max Lord (portrayed by a mustache-less Pedro Pascal) and Barbara Minerva (Kristen Wiig), who will eventually become the Cheetah.

In anticipation of the upcoming sequel, Entertainment Weekly has shared an exclusive collection of photos from the film. Check them out below!

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Make sure to pick up Entertainment Weekly’s March issue, which features Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman on the cover and an interview with “an inside look at Wonder Woman’s journey from WWI to the neon-soaked 80s.”

Courtesy of Warner Bros./DC Comics/Entertainment Weekly.

Wonder Woman 1984 will arrive in theaters on June 5.

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