The Wonder Woman sequel is bringing Chris Pine back — here’s how it could happen
Spoilers ahead for “Wonder Woman” and “Justice League.”
The first publicity shots from Wonder Woman 1984 are out — and Chris Pine has made a surprising return which is making fans have some questions.
In the first Wonder Woman movie, the character Steve Trevor — played by Chris Pine — heroically sacrificed himself at the end of the movie.
During Justice League — which took place in modern times — Wonder Woman was still visibly grieving over Steve Trevor.
Fans aren’t sure if Chris Pine is playing original Steve Trevor somehow — or is perhaps playing a descendant of the original character.
Spoilers ahead for “Wonder Woman” and “Justice League” if you haven’t seen them.
The news is out: Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman sequel will be called “Wonder Woman 1984.” The first official photos from the set look totally promising, and fans are mostly eating them up.
wonder woman 2 is called 1984 because that’s how many times i will see it
— liv (@pinesheridan) June 13, 2018
But there are definite questions. Diana is an Amazonian, and she ages differently than humans — so her time jump is easy to explain away. However, one of the most heart-wrenching moments in the first Wonder Woman film occurred when Steve Trevor — played by Chris Pine — died heroically during the finale.
Welcome to WONDER WOMAN 1984, Steve Trevor! #WW84 pic.twitter.com/BCLARdVuTu
— Patty Jenkins (@PattyJenks) June 13, 2018
What’s so weird about Chris Pine showing up in those publicity shots?
Over the course of the first movie, Steve Trevor came to mean a lot to Diana — so much so that she was still visibly affected by his death in “Justice League.” The events of “JL” took place in modern times, yet she was grieving like the pain was still fresh.
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Source:: Business Insider