Looks Like WONDER WOMAN 2 is Headed For The '80s

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Jenkins said she believes superheroes like Wonder Woman become the "fantasy embodiment of ourselves".

Director Patty Jenkins updated her Twitter handle cover picture with the new logo of Wonder Woman 2. The film's executive producer Geoff Johns, DC Entertainment president and chief creative officer, just teased the '80s setting on social media.

Wonder Woman 2 will be iconic in many senses.

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While it had been confirmed in the past that the film was going to take place during that decade, the exact year can give us some clues as to what will be going on in the film. The first film was set in 1917, during World War I. All kidding aside, it will be interesting to see how pop culture meshes into the film's narrative. Then again this film is about a war, so none of that would probably make it into the final film. She will be essaying the role of the iconic comic-book villain Cheetah in the movie. Jenkins, Johns and Dave Callaham have co-written the script. Warner Bros has set the film's release date for November 1 next year. It grossed more than 821 million dollars on a budget of 149 million dollars, breaking records for a female-directed movie.

After the hugely successful first instalment released past year, "Wonder Woman 2" will see the return of Gal Gadot in the titular role and newly minted Patty Jenkins in the directors chair.