Wonder Woman sequel director reveals possible spoiler photo

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We certainly didn't know that her human love, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), would be making an appearance - unaged and seemingly whole.

The sequel is being filmed and some photos have been released, revealing one major detail. The film became a massive hit for Warner Bros., becoming the 20th-highest domestic grosser of all time, as well as the second-biggest move of 2017 after "Beauty and the Beast".

Yes, against all odds, Steve Trevor lives, though writer-director Patty Jenkins is yet to offer an explanation for his surprise return and, frankly, that's okay, as the filmmaker is likely fighting to keep spoilers at bay. He looks pretty good, too, strolling through a very "80s shopping mall in what might be a Members Only jacket". As we've previously noted, Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins will be returning in their respective roles as star and director, while Kristen Wiig has officially been cast as villain Cheetah.

Wonder Woman 1984 arrives on November 1st, 2019.

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Jenkins shattered box office expectations and the glass ceiling for a female-directed movie with the 2017 superhero solo story. After the unremarkable box office of Justice League, which was the last theatrical appearance of Wonder Woman, DC is now in a course correction mode.

"Ever since I got any success in Hollywood and people asked me what I was interested in doing and I noticed no one had made 'Wonder Woman, '" she said.

Last year, Jenkins told "Good Morning America" that it took her 13 years to bring Wonder Woman to the big screen.

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