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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Reveals Kristen Wiig’s Cheetah Transformation

It’s finally here! Thanks to DC Fandome this weekend, we have gotten our first full trailer for Wonder Woman 1984! Fans have been clamoring for more details on the sequel to one of DC’s superheroic trinity. Wonder Woman is one of the longest running heroines in all of comicdom, and her first film was a huge success. Now, they’re upping the stakes, and bringing in one of her deadliest villains in Cheetah played by Kristen Wiig – and we finally get a good look at the character. Check out the new trailer now!

As you can see, we get a little more of an idea as to the plot. One of the biggest questions has been how in the world does Steve Trevor not only return to life, but without aging a day? And, how exactly does Barbara Minerva become Cheetah? Well, from the looks of it, it seems like Maxwell Lord has quite a lot to do with it, as he promises the world to fulfill all of their fantasies, seemingly through dark magic means. Minerva decides she wants power and to been seen, rather than ignored.

There is a ton of action, and plenty of comedy to mix into the drama of whats to come. The visuals in this sequel have definitely been kicked up a notch, and the first true look at Cheetah is something to behold. Fans were a bit worried that her look would mimic the disastrous Cats film, which was a thing of nightmares, but it appears that they nailed the look to a tee.

Starring Gal Gadot, Kristen Wiig, Chris Pine, and Pedro Pascal, Wonder Woman 1984 sets to return to the Decade of Decadence, the 80’s. Malls, Parachute pants, fanny packs, and neon will be the backdrop for Diana Prince’s greatest threat to date. And, while the threat of the powerful Cheetah seems obvious, what diabolical master plan does Maxwell Lord have in store? Make sure you check out the trailer and get ready for the film’s release on October 2nd, 2020.

What did you think of the Wonder Woman 1984 trailer? Let us know in the comments below!

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