GEOFF JOHNS May Have Revealed Exactly When WONDER WOMAN 2 Takes Place

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Both Jenkins and Johns updated their social-media accounts on Friday afternoon with a mysterious, static image that reads WW84.

Jenkins said she believes superheroes like Wonder Woman become the "fantasy embodiment of ourselves". The first Wonder Woman film was set in 1917 during World War I.

It reads "WW84", which could mean Wonder Woman '84.

Gal returns for the sequel as well as director Patty Jenkins, who sources have claimed was paid around the $8 million dollars to write, direct and produce the sequel, making her the highest paid female director of all time.

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While it was already known that Wonder Woman 2 would take place during the Cold War of the '80s, the logo gives a much more exact time period in which we can expect Gal Gadot to save the world. The first movie was released a year ago, surpassing records at the box office for a woman-directed live-action film. Kristen Wiig will play the villain Cheetah in the sequel, with Narcos star Pedro Pascal also joining the cast.

Chris Pine played Diana's love interest Steve Trevor, Connie Nielsen played Diana's mother Hippolyta, and Robin Wright played as the warrior Antiope, who trained Diana as a child.

DC Entertainment president and producer Geoff Johns has released a mysterious but telling clue into the plot of Wonder Woman 2.

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