Gal Gadot shares new shot from Wonder Woman sequel

Chris Pine in Wonder Woman

Chris Pine in Wonder Woman

She went on to add: "it's got great fun from the start and great big superhero presence from the start, and is amusing and a great love story again, and a couple new unbelievable characters who I'm so excited about, who are very different than were in the last movie".

Previously, Gadot and director Patty Jenkins put out two other first look teaser photos now that the sequel is actively filming.

Gal Gadot has given fans a better look at her return as Wonder Woman when the superhero returns for the highly anticipated sequel.

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Another photo from the set that began to circulate online had fans drawing a comparison between Gadot's outfit and one Carter wore while in character on the show.

We know the Wonder Woman sequel jumps ahead in time, leaving behind the first movie's World War I setting in favor of a 1980s adventure. Diana Prince has been bedazzled. Also, if this Big Bad is perhaps godlike in ability, could they perhaps also not just have revived the actual Steve Trevor is some twisted plan to get back at Wonder Woman for something? Wonder Woman 1984 opens in theaters on November 1, 2019. While we've seen quite a bit from the set, we still have not seen any pictures of Kristen Wiig, which will more than likely be kept under wraps, or at the very least, the pictures of her in full costume and makeup will be kept secret.

"Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins, we're soul sisters", Carter said in an interview with Megyn Kelly back in April. Check out all three set videos below. The actress has revealed a duo of new official images from Wonder Woman 1984 via her Twitter page that gives us our first look at her demigod heroine in the upcoming film.

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