Wonder Woman 1984 set photos that emerged last June confirmed Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor, who is playing Diana Prince’s aka Wonder Woman’s love interest in the first film, was returning back for the sequel. Trevor’s return could either mean that he managed to survive the plane explosion in Wonder Woman or perhaps, the character has been resurrected.
According to a new report coming from We Got This Covered, Trevor is brought back to life by one Maxwell Lord, the character which will most likely be played by Pedro Pascal. As per the report, Max wants to find magical artifacts that he believes will make him as powerful as a god. So, he convinces archeologist Barbara Ann Minerva to help him out. However, while searching for the magical artifacts, Kristen Wiig’s character Minerva gets cursed by an artifact that turns her into Cheetah. The incident turns the two into foes.
From here, Lord reaches out to Diana and promises her that he’ll resurrect Steve in return for his protection. It is better to take the rumor with a pinch of salt until Wonder Woman 1984 hits theaters next year. But, notably, the rumored plot is definitely in line with previous reports that claimed Pascal’s character will somehow be involved with Steve’s revival.
During an interview with Variety, actor Chris Pine opened up about reprising the role in Wonder Woman 1984. He revealed that his character has undergone a lot of changes in the upcoming film.
“This one is a little different for me tonally,” Pine said. “The tables are turned, and I’m more of the deer in the headlights.”
He also revealed that he got emotional while filming in Washington DC for the movie. He welled up at seeing the Supreme Court, emerging “super-energized and pro-America”.
Wonder Woman 1984 is currently set to release in theaters on November 1, 2019.
Source: We Got This Covered
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