'Wonder Woman 2': Geoff Johns Teases "WW84"

Posted June 03, 2018

We don't know much about about Wonder Woman 2 at this point, but Johns seemingly revealed a very important plot detail by changing his Twitter and Facebook header image: the film will take place in 1984 during the Cold War.

Now, we have some new info on the sequel, which is set to drop next year. (The original was set in World War 1) Is the title of the movie WW84?

Pres. Trump announces summit with N. Korea back on
Kim Yong Chol , the most senior North Korean to visit the United States in 18 years, spent nearly 90 minutes in the Oval Office. Pompeo had met in New York City with Kim Yong Chol on Thursday, paving the way for Friday's visit to the White House.

DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer (and DC Films co-chairman) Geoff Johns has debuted the first tease for the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel, a logo card that simply reads "WW84". Rumors about the film's setting surfaced previous year, claiming it will take place during the tail end of the Cold War and see Diana battling against the Soviets.

The franchise is breaking more than one record, though. The sequel's villain is Cheetah, played by Kristen Wiig. Johns is also collaborating with Jenkins and Dave Callaham on the film's screenplay. The film also starred Chris Pine as love interest/spy Steve Trevor, Connie Nielsen as Wonder Woman's mother, Hippolyta, and Robin Wright as the warrior Antiope.

Bulldogs selected to host baseball regional
It's also the ninth time the Gators have been a top-eight national seed in coach Kevin O'Sullivan's 11 seasons. Troy finished as runner-up in the Sun Belt tournament, falling to Coastal Carolina in the championship game.

Wonder Woman 2 will release November 1, 2019. It was originally scheduled to premiere on December 13, 2019, but the bigwigs made a decision to move it up to avoid competing with Star Wars: Episode IX.

Ireland abortion referendum: 'Yes' campaigners get behind #hometovote with generous cash offers
The British government legalized abortion in England in 1967 and the Scottish and Welsh assemblies later adopted similar laws. Varadkar has said the legislation would permit women to have abortions with no restrictions up to 12 weeks into a pregnancy.