Gal Gadot Is Back in Costume in Wonder Woman 1984 Photo

Gal Gadot Is Back in Costume in Wonder Woman 1984 Photo

What's also interesting is that Wonder Woman is suited up in the middle of what appears to be The Next Whiskey Bar of The Watergate Hotel.

Gal Gadot has posted the first clear look at Wonder Woman from her upcoming sequel, titled Wonder Woman 1984.

Wonder Woman 1984 is set to open on November 1, 2019 and it sees the scourge of all evil doing battle against classic comic book villain Cheetah (who is being played by Kristen Wiig), with Pedro Pascal of Game of Thrones also joining the cast.

Another photo from the set that began to circulate online had fans drawing a comparison between Gadot's outfit and one Carter wore while in character on the show.


Gal Gadot shared the photo via twitter with a fun caption: "Shes back..." The director famously only signed a single movie deal with Warner Bros. and DC Films, which meant that she was able to command a much larger salary this time around to reunite the crew from the first film.

Steve Trevor is coming back for "Wonder Woman 2" and we're not screaming, you're screaming. While Gadot's Diana Prince was a smash hit last summer, it wasn't enough to carry over and save Justice League.

"Wonder Woman" grossed $822 million at the box office previous year, and, with a 92 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes, it's considered the DC Extended Universe's most critically acclaimed film to date. Chris Pine also returns as Steve Trevor. It's not immediately clear if there are differences in her iconic outfit from what we've previously seen - the colors look a bit more punchy, perhaps?

The star is known for playing Oberyn Martell in the HBO series, but exactly what he'll be doing in Wonder Woman 1984 remains unclear. Here's an exciting one for us, courtesy of Gal Gadot herself: Diana in her full costume, in all the glory and glitz of the 1980s.

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