'Wonder Woman' sequel to be filmed in Virginia this summer

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One of the defining moments of the 2017 hit "Wonder Woman" was the death of Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), when he sacrificed himself aboard an exploding airplane to save countless lives.

Warning: Possible spoiler for Wonder Woman 1984 ahead. Gal Gadot will also be a producer on Wonder Woman 1984. There's going to be an terrible lot of explaining to do when Wonder Woman 2 hits theaters as to how Trevor is back in action.

It is being speculated that in the second stand-alone movie, Wonder Woman will stop the world war from going nuclear, given the story arc set during the peak of geopolitical tension.

Patty Jenkins, the director for the first film and the sequel, tweeted a photo on Wednesday of Pine in character as Trevor, dressed in sweats and sneakers and inside a shopping mall. It's a movie that many DC Comics fans are looking forward to, especially after how badly Warner Bros. screwed up Justice League.

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It says a lot that the combat left us wanting to experience more of it, even though these were basic enemy encounters. All of these moments were hyperpolished and seemingly ready for Spider-Man's September 7 release date.

Stars Gal Gadot, Kristin Wiig, and Pedro Pascal are scheduled to film "for several weeks" this summer.

She's witnessed The Great War and basked in the relaxed ambiance of Themyscira, but for her latest adventure, Diana Prince is headed for uncharted territory: the 1980s.

But the most revelatory thing about these images is that they confirm Chris Pine's return as Steve Trevor.

The 1984 setting of the next Wonder Woman movie was hinted at earlier this month by both Patty and Geoff Johns, the president of DC Entertainment.

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