“Wonder Woman 1984” Panel At Comic-Con Debuts First Footage

By Creative Media Times

Director Patty Jenkins, actor Chris Pine and Wonder Woman herself Gal Gadot graced the SDCC stage Saturday and surprised an over-excited superfans with the film’s first footage, giving fans a glimpse of what the cast has in store.

“I hope we can keep it in this room because its just a rough cut, we’ve very proud of it,” Jenkins told the Comic-Con crowd, reminding fans that the film has just started shooting for a few weeks, While Gadot reconfirms the message: “Our secret is safe with you guys, right you guys?

The exclusive teaser footage shows Wonder Woman leaping into an ’80s shopping mall to save a young girl while simultaneously stopping two gun-wielding goons. It was a short but fun teaser, low on spoilers but enough to get the Comic-Con crowd roaring in approval.

Pine was equally tight-lipped on details, particularly when asked if he’s back in the film. “I am actually not really here right now, I am just an aura of emotional support for my pals,” joked Pines before declining to comment further. “I can’t tell you that,” he adds.

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“Wonder Woman” was a critical and commercial success last summer, grossing $412 million in the US and $813 million worldwide. The sequel was officially announced by Warner Bros. at last summer’s San Diego Comicon.

Written and directed by Jenkins, “Wonder Woman 1984” bring Gadot back as Diana Prince and Pine as American pilot and the love interest of Diana Steve Trevor. New in the film is Kristen Wiig as the film’s villain as Cheetah a.k.a. Barbara Ann Minerva.

Wonder Woman 2 is scheduled for release in November 2019.