Wonder Woman 1984’s Official Trailer Gives Our First Look At Cheetah’s Final Form

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Wonder Woman 1984’s official main trailer was released at DC FanDome and it gave us our first proper look at Kristen Wiig’s Cheetah.

There’s a lot about Wonder Woman 1984 that I really like the look of.

I love the 80s aesthetic. I love that fact that Patty Jenkins is back as the movie’s writer/director.

Moreover, I thought casting Kristen Wiig as Cheetah was a brilliant move.

However, the movie’s trailers haven’t really won me over, and I have to say that even after this latest one, I’m still on the fence.

I think the movie looks like it’s brilliantly shot and I find that the performances look good enough.

However, after having seen Kristen Wiig’s final Cheetah form in the movie, and the film’s rather dark-looking end battle, I can’t really get behind it.

I know that sounds harsh, but I’m just being honest.

You can check out the trailer below and make your own minds’ up about Wonder Woman 1984.

Wonder Woman 1984’s main official trailer released at DC FanDome

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I want to make it clear that you should never judge a movie by its trailer.

However, the vast majority of what I’ve seen of the movie so far feels like it’s closer to the older DCEU movies than it should be.

I’ve had issues with the final thirds of each and every DC Comics movie released since The Dark Knight Rises.

I think they all end up with very poorly lit fights which tend to be a bit dull.

That was the case with the first Wonder Woman movie and it looks like they’ve done it again with this one.

What do you make of this news?

Do you like the look of Wonder Woman 1984 after having seen this trailer from DC FanDome?

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