Wonder Woman 1984 Is Out Of It’s Time

Of all the sequels to popular movies coming out soon, none has me as excited as Wonder Woman 1984. The trailer gives us a glimpse of Chris Pine playing Steve Trevor. After the first film in the series, fans thought we’d seen the last of Diana’s love interest. Seems his demise was greatly exaggerated. 

The first film gave us Steve showing Diana around the streets of London, introducing her to modern (of the time) fashion, ice cream, and the dark side of humanity. In the trailer, we see that turnabout’s fair play with this dynamic duo. Diana gets to be the one introducing Steve to the world this time around. 

With high-stakes car chases, Diana kicking butt, and the humor we’ve come to expect alongside the serious tones from the first Wonder Woman film, this trailer has it all. But I’m left with a dreadful thought. I hope Steve isn’t some twisted plan by the Big Bad to get under Diana’s skin. I don’t know if I can watch her heart break again.

Check out this creative trailer and let us know what you think. 


  • Connor Sassmannshausen is a screenwriter, video producer, and social media organizer with the Initiative Production Company. She loves watching movies, nerdy t-shirts, travelling and taking broken things apart (but not necessarily putting them back together).


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