Director Patty Jenkins previously spoke about the film's plot at CinemaCon, saying that the 1980s setting of the film will hold temptations for Diana. Chris Pine will return as Steve Trevor and we're all about as confused about that as Steve Trevor is about windbreakers. There's a good chance that Gadot will be filming in her Wonder Woman costume, which is probably why we got this cool official look so early this morning. While you could say that this is merely a matter of difference in color correction, if you look at untouched set photos from the original Wonder Woman, you'll be able to see a distinct difference in the color of the suit before any post-production touches were added.
Kristen Wiig is set to play villain Cheetah in the sequel alongside new addition Pedro Pascal, which is rumoured to involve the Cold War.
Okay, so there's not much to glean from that - her costume isn't noticeably different than it was in other films, at least not in a way that I'm immediately seeing. Rebecca Roven Oakley, Richard Suckle, Wesley Coller, Geoff Johns and Walter Hamada are the executive producers. Production will take place in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, and in the UK, Spain and the Canary Islands, so hopefully we'll glimpse some more on-location shots throughout the summer - and, even better, here's hoping Gadot and Jenkins will keep the high-res teases coming. Oscar-nominated editor Ricahrd Pearson (United 93) is editing the film.
Now the sequel, "Wonder Woman 1984", is in production with a planned release late next year.
Storm Hector headed for Lancashire
The amber "be prepared" warning lapsed at 09:00 BST, but still a yellow "be aware" warning remains in place into the afternoon. Highways England is advising drivers to take care and be prepared for strong gales today across the North East.
Eight people injured after taxi hits crowds in Moscow
Moscow Police said the driver likely lost control of the vehicle rather than deliberately steering his auto into pedestrians. Russian authorities have promised to host a safe World Cup tournament, which is taking place in 11 cities until 15 July.
Jaguar Land Rover launches Carpe subscription service in UK
A key focus will be the high standards of service provided to customers at handover and during the life of their subscription. They can sign up to Carpe from today and subscribe to driving a brand new Jaguar or Land Rover for 12 months with no deposit.