Earlier at the end of July, it was revealed Wonder Woman 1984 was undergoing reshoots in the Warner Bros. studio in London. As normal as that term sounds, it is sure to have raised alarms among some fans as sometimes, additional photography has gone on for a lengthy period and have even changed a film’s entire narrative (Justice League) or its third act climax (Dark Phoenix). but it looks like WW84 don’t need to fret over that.
A new update has confirmed that Wonder Woman 1984 wrapped up additional photography sometime during “the last days of July”. The entire duration reportedly lasted for a “little more than a week”. Gal Gadot and Chris Pine seem to have filmed their parts in a matter of a few days. You can find the post below.
From the looks of it, the reshoots don’t seem to have been big and could be just inclusions of a few new scenes. This news shouldn’t come as a surprise as reshoots/pickups continue to become more common than ever in Hollywood.
In more news regarding Wonder Woman 1984, Hans Zimmer is all set to begin working on the background score for the second installment along with Cellist Tina Guo. The artist who gained stardom for performing the Wonder Woman theme as a soloist on electric cello for Batman v Superman confirmed the news on Instagram.
Wonder Woman 1984 will see Diana Prince tackle a new adventure in an entirely different timeline (80s) and will see the return of Chris Pine reprising his role as Steve Trevor. Kristen Wiig will be playing as Barbara Ann Minerva/Cheetah and Pedro Pascal is also set to play a role but details of his character currently remain unknown.
Wonder Woman 1984 will hit theaters on June 5, 2020. But later this October, DC fans will get to watch the Joker movie played by Joaquin Phoenix which is already being reported to be an Oscar contender.
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Headed home to Los Angeles tomorrow after an amazing time at @wackenopenair.official ! Lots of exciting projects to work on the next 2 weeks including Wonder Woman 2 with @hanszimmer, composing and recording the soundtrack for @ritzcarltontoronto, recording for the main theme of a new HBO show and guest appearance on fellow Sony artist @alexisffrench next album! 🙏🏼🤘🏼🖤
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