Today’s the lucky day that we got to see the first official trailer for Wonder Woman 1984 dropping as part of CCXP 2019 in Brazil in the global twitter livestream.
There was a teaser trailer released yesterday to what our appetites:
Before the trailer was shown, director Patty Jenkins came out on the stage and shared a little bit about the film. She wouldn’t disclose HOW Steve Trevor makes it into 1984 with Wonder Woman, but she promised that it was “not a gimmick” and was “integral to the plot.”
Then Gal Gadot came out on stage:
Congratulations to Gal Gadot, for the $10 million payday, who starred as Diana Prince / Wonder Woman in DC Comics film adoption. I doubted that she would be as good as the Wonder Woman TV show, but she was great.
And while Gal Gadot may have been paid a pittance to originate the role of Wonder Woman in 2016’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” she’ll get a heroic $10 million to don her character’s signature cuffs in “Wonder Woman 1984.” These movies turned Gadot into a major star, and she’s finally being paid accordingly.Celebrity Salaries Revealed: Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie & More – Variety
Here it is … the first official Wonder Woman 1984 trailer:
Great trailer! I’m sooooo looking forward to seeing this movie. Even moreso now. This trailer does what all trailers should do. Tease us. She’s swinging around on lightning, which is badass to the extreme.
“Nothing good is born from lies,” – Wonder Woman
The scene in the trailer with Steve’s watch? I think that watch might have something to do with how/why he returns.
I’ve been hearing some stuff about time travel being involved in the new film. That might be one of the few logical ways to reunite Diana Prince and Steve, but there are others, I mean we’re talking about comic book fantasy.
Ok, here are my other than time travel ideas for Wonder Woman to reunite with her love:
- Follows the comic book and it isn’t Steve Trevor senior, it’s really Steve’s son.
- Wonder Woman enters a parallel timeline for 1984 where Steve is waiting.
- Retell/reboot the end of Wonder Woman (yes, this might be lame)
- Restart the series from 1984, ignoring what happened in the original film (this also could be controversial)
Wonder Woman 1984 opens wide in theaters June 5, 2020.
Update 12/9 – Others Commenting on the Trailer
- Beyond The Stage: “Costumes aside, we also love the nostalgic tunes. The trailer reaches into the cultural memory of 80s music with an instrumental remix of New Order’s “Blue Monday.” The bass and moody chord progressions set the tone for a rad (yeah, we went there) setting, with scenes depicting Diana fighting in a shopping mall (an 80s hallmark); walking into a gala; reuniting with Steve Trevor, and dodging bullets in a new suit.”
- Far from Rome: “…it is bonkers, in the best way possible.”
- Karl Shook’s Look: ” It looks to be full of action.”
- Latoya Fondren: “The most surprising reveal, her previous love interest, Steve Trevor, played by Chris Pine, appears in the new trailer, showing no sign of aging.”
- The Nerdling: “The 80’s setting is great. All of the colors seem to be turned to 11, especially on the look of Diana herself. The tease of her new suite was exciting. The mystery of Steve Trevor’s return seems like it will be an interesting plot device and not just a ham-fisted way of bringing back a popular actor.”
- Paige’s Picks: “The two best moments of the trailer come at the end, as we see Diana using her lasso to ride a bolt of lightning, as well as the reveal of her new head-to-toe gold armor suit, complete with a helmet and wings.”
- Shane Wilson: “…there are beautiful action set pieces, including a decade-appropriate and beautifully choreographed mall scene.”
- Stylecaster: “Since the release of the Wonder Woman: 1984 trailer over the weekend, fans have had one question: How is Steve Trevor alive?”
What did you think of the first official trailer?