She is a Wonder. :)
She is beautiful! Hopefully she puts on more muscle soon to be a real goddess.
She is SO pretty and I knew she had some good tone in her arms from some of the original shots from the first WW movie. I saw a preview of the second WW movie, it will be set in the 80's and somehow Steve Trevor is back but I thought he died in the WWII era movie??? Anyway, she looks amazing, although at some point in the movie she has a new outfit which I'm not a big fan of, but she looks amazing either way.
Don't forget the good soundtrack of the WW 1984 trailer. The music of the good old 80's was the best.
I was pretty young in the 80's however I do agree, it was some really nice hairband rockin music!!
@Kristi - Well, we never REALLY saw Trevor die, we just saw the plane explode. And of course, it's comic book stuff, so they can write anything they want.
And yeah, I'm not a fan of her new outfit either, but we have talked about that before. :(
I'm hoping it's only at the end, because most of the preview clips she still had her 'new' classic look. Don't cover up my arms and legs... argh!
True true on the explosion. I guess he jumped out or got sucked into a time warp... because he didn't look any older in 1984 as opposed to 1944???
Ahh yes, the old time warp ploy. Always useful to explain the unexplainable. As is the "it was only a dream" ploy. ;)
And I'm with you K, about that outfit. I really like the old one. That new one makes her look like a Chinese firecracker. :(
Those of a certain age to remember the Lynda Carter series might recall that the show originally was set in the 1940's, and abruptly switched to modern-day 1970's, with the same Steve Trevor character in tow, and without any plausible explanation other than 'suck it kid'. I believe the reason was that it was simply too expensive to shoot a weekly series that used expensive sets and gizmos to recreate WWII sets, and much cheaper to buy bell-bottoms and vested leisure suits.
So with WW84, the concept is pretty much the same as the series, but will explain things. Only hoping against all that is hopeful Leif Garrett won't make a cameo as some evil villain known as Burnout.
As for Gal Gadot, I've seen WW twice and I'm 100% on-board Team Gal now. In fact, couldn't imagine anyone better for the role. Wonderful acting chops and athleticism, casually steals every scene no matter what's being blown-up or thrown into space, equal parts confidence and innocence, so beautiful, the accent, embodies pure bad-ass elegance, and that smile. from joyous to wicked sly... it might just be the most killer in movieville. So whatever the formula, movie magic happens with GG as WW
A BIG question remains as to how well WW1984 will do at the box office. The first one made over 800 million. WW1984 was supposed to be released last year, but was delayed until spring 2020. Then COVID hit. Now, it is supposed to be released on December 25 (Christmas Day) in at least some theaters and streaming on HBO Max. With a lot of theaters still closed, and I am sure those that are open must practice social distancing, so their capacity will be reduced. It's also been 3 1/2 years since the first on cameo out, so some of the excitement may have been lost. I don't know. Time will tell.
I am lucky to have HBO max and will get to see it as soon as it comes out. I am looking forward to it. I have always enjoyed her appearances in the three movies that I’ve seen her in. In fact she has been the reason I watched those movies and has been the best parts of those movies. I hope this one remains as good as the others. Well the justice league movies her parts were the best, the rest not so much. But I’m not a big fan of those movies I only watched it because of her. 🥰💋
Since she's such a magnetic screen personality and pure delight to watch, and if the story line and dialogue are exceptional than I suspect WW84 will be good flick. My fav parts of the original weren't the action scenes but her interactions with Steve and other characters to have you learn and care about them as people. It's a heavy lift to measure up to a successful original since the bar is so high. The original Superman with Christopher Reeve was a study in character development to move a story, and for me still the best superhero film to date. The John Williams score sure didn't hurt
I agree, Welt. I have little doubt that it will be good with Gal starring and Patty Jenkins directing again. I just don't know if it will do was well financially as the first one due to the present circumstances. And BTW, I work for AT&T, who owns Time-Warner, who owns the rights to the DCEU movies. I'm lightyears away from the entertainment part of the business, but it's still good money. :)