'Wonder Woman 1984': This fun video with Gal Gadot and Kristen Wiig will be the best thing you see today - Hollywood News

The long-awaited sequel to 'Wonder Woman' again directed by Patty Jenkins, opens in Spanish cinemas on Friday, December 18.

Warner Bros. premieres this Friday, December 18 in Spanish theaters the long-awaited superhero sequel Wonder Woman 1984, in which actress Gal Gadot once again enters the shoes of the Wonder Woman of DC Comics. Filmmaker Patty Jenkins also returns to management, which has featured a cast that also includes Chris Pine, Pedro Pascal, and Kristen Wiig. Before her impending arrival in the halls, her protagonist has shared on social media a hilarious video in which she and Wiig, who plays Barbara Ann Minerva/Cheetah, are dedicated to doing crazy things on the set.

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"Long before the Covid, rolling WW84 for endless hours, Kristen [Wiig] and I finally got our heads out. and yet we find each other," Gal Gadot wrote to accompany the funny video, released on Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show. "I hope you enjoy this embarrassing video and maybe fulfill our lifelong dream of releasing an album together." Dances between sculptures, perched with props, races in the parking lot, movements of mane... You'll see when you see the tape in theaters that Diana and Cheetah don't get along so well.

TWO FORMIDABLE ENEMIES AND THEIR GREAT LOVE

Set in the mid-1980s, during the Cold War years, the continuation of Wonder Woman - which managed to raise more than $800 million in the global box office - introduces us to a Diana who was completely alone, semi-conditioned, and despondent by the tragedies of her past. But the superhero will be forced to come to light when two new enemies threaten the world order: Maxwell Lord and Barbara Ann Minerva/Cheetah. And also, to his surprise, he will meet Again Steve Trevor, mysteriously resurrected.


After Wonder Woman 1984, Warner Bros. prepares several dc-linked films: 

James Gunn's Suicide Squad (August 6, 2021), 

Matt Reeves' The Batman (March 4, 2022) with Robert Pattinson as Bruce Wayne, 

Andy Muschietti's The Flash (November 4, 2022) with Ezra Miller as Barry Allen, 

James Wan's Aquaman 2 (December 16, 2022) with Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry, 

Shazam! Fury of the Gods (June 2, 2023) by David F. Sandberg with Zachary Levi and Black Adam (undated) by Spaniard Jaume Collet-Serra with Dwayne Johnson as the protagonist.

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