Wonder Woman 1984’s First Trailer Featuring Gal Gadot’s DC Comics Superhero Will Land Tomorrow
Wonder Woman 1984 is gearing up to be my most anticipated movie of 2020, and it’s been revealed that the film’s trailer will land tomorrow.
That means tomorrow (December 8th) is going to be a very special day for two reasons: Wonder Woman 1984’s trailer will drop and it’s also my birthday (OK, that’s only really important to me).
It’s been revealed that Wonder Woman 1984’s first trailer starring Gal Gadot as the DC Comics superhero will drop tomorrow during the film’s special panel at San Paolo Comic-Con.
People are already getting very excited to see this trailer and it’s no wonder they are since the Wonder Woman sequel is going to be DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Pictures’ big tentpole movie.
Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Entertainment had a pretty good year this year with the release of Joker which made over $1 billion at the box office.
They also released Shazam! this year, which didn’t do so well, so they’ll be hoping that Wonder Woman 1984 will be able to make them a bit more money in 2020.
Wonder Woman 1984’s trailer will land tomorrow
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The film was originally supposed to release this year, but they ended up delaying it to 2020, which means that we’re going to be hopefully getting a much better movie.
Wonder Woman 1984 will star Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Chris Pine as Steve Trevor and it will see Pedro Pascal as Maxwell Lord and Kristen Wiig as Cheetah.
Speaking of Cheetah, we got our first look at her DC Comics character thanks to some merchandise which was teased from San Paolo Comic-Con recently.
It looks like it’ll be very much a Wiig version of the character rather than a straight adaptation of the character from the comic books.
Anyway, we’re all going to be very much looking forward to the film’s first trailer, which should land tomorrow.
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