As Wonder Woman 1984 is still far away from release, director Patty Jenkins is currently busy promoting her next project, the TNT miniseries I Am the Night along with actor Chris Pine. Pine is playing the role of Jay Singletary, an ex-Marine and Korean War veteran, in the six-episode series which is written and created by Sam Sheridan and executive-produced by Jenkins and Pine.
During the promotions of I Am the Night, Jenkins and Pine were faced with a lot of questions related to Wonder Woman 1984. But the two did their best to keep the upcoming DC plot under wraps, especially when it comes to the circumstances of Steve Trevor’s return.
But, it seems Kevin Smith got hold of some interesting Wonder Woman 1984 spoilers and scoops when he interviewed Jenkins along with I Am the Night writer Sam Sheridan and star India Eisley at the Sundance Film Festival 2019.
Soon after the interview, Jenkins took to Twitter to reveal that it was quite fun and amazing meeting Smith.
“So much fun, and amazing to FINALLY meet @ThatKevinSmith in person. Amazing guy,” she wrote on Twitter.
Smith retweeted Jenkin’s tweet and thanked her for Wonder Woman 1984 spoilers. He added that the spoilers will make the wait for the upcoming film easier. He went on to hint that he will have a podcast with Jenkins in the near future.
“You are my Queen! Thank you for the @WonderWomanFilm spoilers – it’ll make the year wait easier! Next time we see each other, we podcast!,” Smith’s tweet read. You can check out the post below.
Wonder Woman was set during World War I, and Wonder Woman 1984 will head to the 1980s. When asked if the third film in the franchise will also be set in the past, Jenkins revealed that she expects Wonder Woman 3 should go to the future.
“It’s definitely one of the things we talked about,” Jenkins told The Hollywood Reporter. “I’m not planning to put it in the past again, because where are you going to go? You have to go forward. It’s definitely a contemporary story. That’s all I can say. Where we put it and how that gets figured out, I haven’t totally nailed down.”
Wonder Woman 1984 debuts in theatres on June 5, 2020.
— KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) January 27, 2019
/ 1 day ago
Blumhouse Production isn’t yet done exploring Michael Myers’ and Laurie Strode’s arc in this...
/ 3 days ago
Avengers: Endgame introduced over 64 Marvel characters that were established over a period of...