Diana puts her game face on in Wonder Woman.
DC’s Geoff Johns may have dropped a serious hint about the Wonder Woman sequel – namely, the year it takes place.
Johns, DC Entertainment President and Chief Creative Officer, shared a teaser on Facebook Friday morning that simply read “WW84,” which might point to seeing our hero in 1984.
Johns uploaded the image as his cover photo, where it slid largely under the radar until The Hollywood Reporter sniffed it out. Presumably, the teaser means Wonder Woman 2 will jump ahead to 1984.
We knew the sequel would move forward in time, leaving 1917 (and Steve Trevor) in the dust, but having an exact year narrows this down immensely. By 1984, Diana could run into a young Bruce Wayne or Clark Kent – or almost anyone else in the DCEU, hero or villain. She could also wear a lot of pastels.
Wonder Woman 2 will release Nov. 1, 2019.
Enthusiastic first reactions to ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ hit the web
“Spider-Man: Far From Home doesn’t hit theaters for another two weeks, but early reactions from critics promise we’re in for a web-slingin’ good time.
Marvel’s second standalone Spidey film and the final chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Three, Far From Home chronicles Peter Parker’s first heroic venture following the death of his beloved mentor Iron Man in Avengers: Endgame.
Tom Holland and Zendaya return as Peter and MJ, alongside MCU newcomer Jake Gyllenhaal as comic book character Mysterio.
Of course, no Marvel movie is complete without the appearance of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents Nick Fury and Maria Hill, played by Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders. As an added bonus, Jon Favreau will reprise his role as Happy Hogan.”
Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer #2
Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever.
Here’s the Marvel movie watch list you didn’t know you needed
“A Marvel cinematic universe fan made a list of the correct order to watch the long catalog of superhero movies along with some brutally honest commentary.
It has gone viral, for all the right reasonsmostly because its so accurate.
It began when Victoria Aveyard, the New York Times-bestselling author of the book Red Queen, was asked by her roommate to create a checklist of theperfect order in which to watch the films.
From thatrequest, this beauty was born.
when your roommate asks for a Marvel watch list with commentary pic.twitter.com/a4v91EQGvW
— Victoria Aveyard (@VictoriaAveyard) March 16, 2019
The advice is brutally upfront, and gives potential viewers a sense of the films before they even get started.
She calls Iron Man, the granddaddy of them all, while Iron Man 2 is trash.
And for Thor, well she advises to just ignore Natalie Portman, who played Thor’s love interest Jane Foster in the first Thor movie. She appeared later inThor 2: The Dark World, which Aveyard calls “silly.”
She goes on to call the Guardians of the Galaxy fun, and describes Doctor Strange as if House was a Wizard.
Oh, and if youre thinking of watchingIncredible Hulk at all…just don’t.
Aveyard wrote that her comments were intended to guide her roommate, who doesnt like war.
But other Marvel fans stand behind her list.
This is outstanding.
— Rainbow Rowell (@rainbowrowell) March 16, 2019
skip incredible Hulk’s the best advice pic.twitter.com/O8KluT7QCc
— Leo Oliveira (@souoleoedai) March 16, 2019
IF HOUSE WAS A WIZARD.
IT CANT GET MORE ACCURATE THAN THIS https://t.co/zKHeWmPTNu
— Tri #Bye (@hamsterkookie) March 16, 2019
This list is made valid by “Michael Keaton is BDE” https://t.co/ky3wZTEvuI
— Kiara Bermudez (@QueenKiara20) March 16, 2019
‘ignore natalie portman, x2 attention tom hiddleston’ yoooo https://t.co/miScGdHKcx