We’ll reduce to the chase. The extraordinarily 1980s first trailer for “Wonder Woman 1984” simply dropped, and you may watch it above proper now.
In the clip, which by the best way makes implausible use of New Order’s “Blue Monday,” we see a little bit of the place Diana Prince/Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) is almost 70 years after defeating Ares throughout World War 1. Via an interview being performed by Kristen Wiig’s Barbara Minerva, we be taught she’s a publicly recognized superhero and a star — just about confirming Warner Bros. is ignoring “Batman v Superman” and “Justice League” transferring ahead — however very lonely having by no means crammed the void left behind by the loss of life of Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) all these years in the past.
From there we get a glimpse of America on the top of the Reagan period; enormous malls, flashy celeb stuff, profitable businessmen who’re principally jumped up con artists, and a very eye-popping coloration scheme (and did we point out the superb use of “Blue Monday”?). Then we get to what positive appears like the principle thrust of the movie — someway, Diana has wished Steve Trevor again to life. Presumably because of Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal), who ominously mutters “now I take what I want in return.”
Cut to some delightfully over-the-top motion beats actually underscored by “Blue Monday” (significantly, good work on using that track). Wonder Woman deflects bullets together with her magic lasso. The extraordinarily rigorous coaching Amazon warriors undergo as youngsters. Maxwell Lord doing… one thing magically sinister. A battle in what seems just like the white home. A sick desert automotive chase. Wonder Woman Tarzan swinging via the sky utilizing her lasso to grapple lightning (gradual clap for that one). Plus a enjoyable joke on the finish, the place Wonder Woman appears to be bringing Steve Trevor in control on the trendy world, explaining to him that every thing he’s seeing is “all art.” Except for a trash can.
And a really telling little bit of narration by Diana: “Nothing good is born from lies.”
The trailer was unveiled by director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot at Comic Con Experience Brazil in Sao Paulo on Sunday. Predictably for occasions like this, concrete particulars had been few and much between, however Jenkins and Gadot did present some hints in the course of the panel. About the villain, Max Lord (performed by Pedro Pascal), Jenkins mentioned he’s a quintessential 80s unhealthy man who’s “selling a dream to the public — sometimes when you get what you want, it comes with a price, and that’s Maxwell Lord.” We get it, he’s a dwelling monkey’s paw.
Jenkins later mentioned the movie’s setting at “arguably the peak of ‘western civilization’” permits them to look at themes that resonate into the present period. And in fact, all of that capitalist extra is fairly laborious to overlook within the trailer.
Directed by Jenkins, who co-wrote the script with Geoff Johns and David Callaham, “Wonder Woman 1984” stars Gadot as soon as once more as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, Chris Pine because the seemingly useless Steve Trevor, Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta, queen of Themyscira and Diana’s mom, and Robin Wright as Antiope. They’re joined by Wiig as Barbara Ann Minerva/Cheetah, and Pascal as Maxwell Lord.
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