Published: Sun, June 03, 2018
Culture | By Henry Herrera

We Just (Probably) Learned What Year 'Wonder Woman 2' Will Be Set

We Just (Probably) Learned What Year 'Wonder Woman 2' Will Be Set

Previously, director Patty Jenkins revealed that Wonder Woman 2 will be set in the United States. Of course, we've known for some time that Wonder Woman 2 will move forward in time from the World War I setting of the 2017 original, with Gal Gadot's Diana active in the 1980s.

Wonder Woman executive producer Geoff Johns, DC Entertainment president and chief creative officer, unveiled a tease on social media that hints at the '80s setting. The director-actor duo is returning for the sequel set against the backdrop of the Cold War. Rumors about the film's setting surfaced a year ago, claiming it will take place during the tail end of the Cold War and see Diana battling against the Soviets.

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Wonder Woman 2 is now sated for a November 1, 2019 release. Wonder Woman 2 will see Kristen Wiig play Cheetah, one of the most famous villains from the comic books. Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones) is also cast in a "pivotal role". Johns is also collaborating with Jenkins and Dave Callaham on the film's screenplay. The first movie was released a year ago, surpassing records at the box office for a woman-directed live-action film. It was originally scheduled to premiere on December 13, 2019, but the bigwigs chose to move it up to avoid competing with Star Wars: Episode IX.

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