(See: Avengers: Infinity War) But Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins chose to break the rules and reveal a possibly huge plot twist in the sequel. In addition, Jenkins posted a picture of Chris Pine as Steve Trevor in full 1980s attire on the set, which has many fans scratching their heads. Jenkins shared a picture of Pine decked out in a brown tracksuit, reports Access. She too captions her image "Wonder Woman 1984", presumably referring to the movie's title.
It is being speculated that in the second stand-alone movie, Wonder Woman will stop the world war from going nuclear, given the story arc set during the peak of geopolitical tension. The costumes on the extras in the mall photo confirm it's also the year the film takes place (not to mention Steve himself rocking that black Members Only jacket).
Jenkins officially signed onto the film after the success of the first one, which became a runaway hit and rare critical triumph for the troubled DC Film series.
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This raises some questions, because Diana (aka Wonder Woman) was clearly grieving a loss in Justice League. Could Wonder Woman 1984 be drawing inspiration from the dystopian text? A descendant of Steve who just happens to look suspiciously like Chris Pine? While that would be an interesting take, Wonder Woman is the superhero here.
It's also possible that this isn't the same Trevor who fought alongside Diana in the first Wonder Woman. Let us know in the comments.