Warner Bros unveils the trailer of Gal Gadot’s film “Wonder Woman 1984”

By- Vinayak Heliwal

The much-awaited upcoming film Wonder Woman 1984 starring Gal Gadot dropped its trailer at the ongoing DC Fandome event on Saturday. Warner Bros dropped the ”official main trailer” of the film with teasers of Matt Reeves ‘Batman’ film and Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ also released there.

DC fandome event saw stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, and Pedro Pascal alongside Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins unveiled the trailer, which gives us a clear first look at Kristen Wigg playing a villainous character as the Cheetah, along with further details about the film.

 The Wonder Woman 1984 trailer was initially released in the English version at DC Fandom, Warner Bros and soon  was also released in Hindi, Tamil, and Telegu Languages in India. Wonder Woman 1984 is a production of DC films, Atlas Entertainment, The Stone Quarry, and Mad Ghost Productions.

 The trailer shows Wonder Woman’s new attire and quite prepares us for a large -scale opening action scene at Themyscira. Glimpses of Maxwell Lord’s evil character played by Pedro Pascal also teases us a bigger climax and twist which is going to be present in the film.It shows us some footage of a highway classic chase sequence and the action-packed one-on-one fight between Wonder Woman and Cheetah inside the White House.

Wonder Woman also features the return of Wonder Woman stars Connie Nielsen as Amazonian Queen, Pine as Steve Trevor, Wonder Woman aka Diana’s mother Hippolyta, and Amazon army general, Antilope.

Earlier Director Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot have already talked about the third installment of Wonder Woman film. The Wonder Woman 1984 release date was originally set for December 2019 but was delayed after Disney set Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker for the month and then owing to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic it’s release date keep on changing. Warner Bros will get some clear picture of the theatrical release situation after it released Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet ” in September.

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