Wonder Woman 1984’s Opening Scene Has Reportedly Been Leaked

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It’s being reported that the opening scene of Wonder Woman 1984 has been leaked and it sounds like it’ll be something to look forward to.

It seems as though we might be waiting until 2021 to get to see Patty Jenkins’ upcoming Wonder Woman 1984.

This is a movie that I’ve been really excited to see for a while.

However, the whole COVID-19 pandemic means that cinemas will be closed until further notice.

This means that we’re going to have to wait a while to see the next Wonder Woman movie.

However, it seems as though the film’s opening scene might have been leaked.

This was revealed in a recent Vanity Fair article.

Wonder Woman 1984’s opening scene might have been leaked

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Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

Read more: Why Was Wonder Woman 1984 Was Delayed Until 2020?

Have a read of what will happen in Wonder Woman 1984’s opening scene:

In the opening scene of Wonder Woman 1984, the child version of the warrior princess Diana Prince played by 12-year-old Lilly Aspell, a prize-winning showjumper in real life, engages in a lengthy physical contest, a sort of Amazonian Olympics. It takes place on Themyscira, the magical island and all-woman city-state that is her birthplace. It’s a dazzling sequence from a technical perspective, with many impossible-looking feats executed on a grand scale, but what stays with you is the sheer athleticism on the part of a very determined-looking little girl.

This sounds really interesting to me.

I loved the scenes set on Themyscira in the first movie, and I’m interested in knowing more about Wonder Woman’s backstory.

What do you make of this rumour?

Do you like the sound of this supposed Wonder Woman 1984 opening scene?

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