|Wonder Woman 1984|
|Directed by||Patty Jenkins|
|Edited by||Richard Pearson|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros. Pictures|
Wonder Woman 1984 (also stylized as WW84) is an upcoming American superhero film based on the DC Comics character Wonder Woman. It is intended to be the sequel to 2017's Wonder Woman and the eighth installment in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). The film is directed by Patty Jenkins and written by Jenkins, Geoff Johns, and David Callaham, from a story written by Johns and Jenkins. It stars Gal Gadot in the title role, with Chris Pine and Kristen Wiig in supporting roles. It is the fourth live-action theatrical film featuring the titular character, following Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), Wonder Woman (2017), and Justice League (2017), and will be the second full-length feature film centered around the character.
Discussion of a sequel began shortly after the release of the first film in June 2017, and the decision to proceed was confirmed the following month. Principal photography began in June 2018, with filming taking place at Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden in the United Kingdom, as well as the District of Columbia and Northern Virginia in the United States, London, England in the UK, the Canary Islands, and Almería in Andalucía, Spain.
Gal Gadot, who had originally signed for three feature films with Wonder Woman being her second, had extended her contract beyond that. Director of the first film, Patty Jenkins, who was initially signed for only one film, had expressed interest in returning to direct the sequel. In June 2017, during an interview with Variety, comic book writer Geoff Johns revealed that he and Jenkins had started writing the treatment for a Wonder Woman sequel and that he had a "cool idea for the second one". While speaking in a Q&A at Women in Film screening of the film, Jenkins confirmed she would indeed direct the sequel. However, Jenkins later tweeted that "it wasn't a confirmation. Just talking about ideas and hopes". On July 22, 2017, at San Diego Comic Con, the studio officially announced a sequel would be coming with Jenkins returning as director, and the sequel's title was shown as Wonder Woman 2. In September 2017, it was officially confirmed that Jenkins would be directing the sequel, that she had closed a deal with studio and she would get paid in-between $7 to $9 million range. On September 13, 2017, it was reported that The Expendables's writer David Callaham would join the film to write the screenplay along with Jenkins and Johns, who were already working on the script for several months. On February 28, 2018, it was reported that the film will be shot with IMAX film cameras in select action sequences. By late May 2018, long-time DCEU producer Zack Snyder confirmed on social media platform Vero that he, along with wife Deborah Snyder, will serve as producers on the Wonder Woman sequel. On June 13, 2018, the title of the film was announced to be Wonder Woman 1984.
Pre-production officially began in the United Kingdom by early-December 2017. That same month, director Patty Jenkins stated that the film will be another great love story with a new love interest being cast. In April 2018, the film was confirmed to be set in 1980s. The next month, French production designer Aline Bonetto (Amélie, Wonder Woman) was announced to be returning for the sequel, as well as Academy Award winner Lindy Hemming, also returning as costume designer. Richard Pearson will serve as the editor for Wonder Woman 1984.
In September 2017, Gal Gadot was confirmed to return as the title character. On February 28, 2018, it was reported that Kristen Wiig was in talks with the studio to play Cheetah, the main villain of the film, with director Patty Jenkins confirming her casting the next month. By March 28, Pedro Pascal, who played Ed Indelicato in the pilot of the canceled 2011 Wonder Woman television adaptation, was cast in an undisclosed key role. On June 13, director Patty Jenkins confirmed the addition of Chris Pine as Steve Trevor through Twitter. On July 24, 2018, Natasha Rothwell was announced to be cast in an undisclosed role. A few days later, on July 27, Ravi Patel and Gabriella Wilde also joined the film, with their being roles kept under wraps as well.
Principal photography began in Georgetown (Washington, D.C.) on June 13, 2018, under the working title Magic Hour. Filming took place at the Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden in the United Kingdom, and at a number of locations around the District of Columbia and Northern Virginia in the United States, including the Landmark Mall in Alexandria, Virginia during June and July 2018, with scenes shot in Alexandria from June 18 through July 14. Filming occurred outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. during mid-June. Other filming locations around DC included the Penn Quarter neighborhood, McPherson Square, the DAR Constitution Hall near the White House, the Museum of Natural History (Smithsonian), and the Lincoln Memorial. By mid-July, production in the United States was completed and moved to the United Kingdom. In August, filming on location took place in several places around London, including St. Andrew’s Place, Regent's Park and the Royal College of Physicians. Between August and September 2018, production will also take place at Tenerife and Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands, as well as Almería in Andalucía, Spain.
On June 22, 2018, it was reported that while plans have not been finalized, Gal Gadot would be attending Warner Bros' DC presentation at San Diego Comic-Con 2018, and that footage from the film will be shown to promote it.
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