We also know that the film is set in the 1980's, as Wonder Woman is ageless and part god.
Ugh, we have to wait an entire year until Gal Gadot is back in "Wonder Woman 1984". Her closed fists and a fiery attitude only hint that there is a lot more action and adventure in store for DC fans.
Since we're not getting a Hall H panel, though, Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins offered up something for us to chew on. It is possible that other WB films could do similarly, outside the auspicies of Hall H or SDCC entirely. Sadly, we just learned SDCC 2019 will not feature one of the con's most prominent events, but that news is not without an unbelievable consolation prize.
- Warner Bros. India (@warnerbrosindia) June 6, 2019I can not wait to share #WW84 with you all! "Until then we thought you might want to see this". Sure, the Amazon Warrior looked as awesome as always, but many were hoping to see her decked out in an all-new costume.
Why Chris Gayle should never have been given out against Australia
All-rounders Glenn Maxwell and Marcus Stoinis follow at number five and six, with wicketkeeper-batsman Alex Carey at seven. Before his dismissal, Gayle had used DRS to survive twice off back-to-back deliveries in Starc' previous over.
Only 1 year to go till we get this sweet pearl of joy.
Patty also mentioned that the Wonder Woman 1984 publicity campaign would begin in December.
Wonder Woman aka Diana Prince first made her DC debut in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, followed by her own origin film.
Wonder Woman 1984 opens in United Kingdom cinemas June, 2020.