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The sequel to ‘Wonder Woman’ will hit theaters on December 24 in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
HBO Max released the opening scene of the superhero movie on Wednesday, Wonder Woman 1984, which provides a glimpse into the life of young Diana in the fictional state of Themyscira, ruled by Amazons or warrior women. It starts with the young Diana (played by Lilly Aspell) running through the lush green forest in Themyscira to a huge stadium, where the warrior women in the amphitheater watch the majestic games. Young Diana then joins other older, competing warrior women. As she starts running in the competition, the scenes are cut to the older Diana (played by Gal Gadot) running down a city street, interspersed with scenes from Wonder Woman 1984 trailer.
The opening scene also features Antiope (played by Robin Wright), who intervenes to give advice to the young Diana sage: “Greatness is not what you think; pace yourself and watch. The elder Diana’s voiceover tells her story as the scenes unfold in the opening scene.
“Travel to Themyscira and see young Diana in action in this exclusive first look at the opening scene of # WonderWoman1984, in theaters and on HBO Max on December 25th. Available on HBO Max in the US, only at no additional cost to subscribers,” tweeted HBO when it was the opening scene of Wonder Woman 1984 online.
Watch: Opening scene of Wonder Woman 1984
– HBO Max (@hbomax) December 15, 2020
The Cheetah (played by Kristen Wiig) and Max Lord (played by Pedro Pascal) are the antagonists in the sequel to the 2017 film. Wonder WomanSteve Trevor will make a comeback in the sequel. The prequel showed that his character had died flying the plane with a poison-filled bomber and detonating it at a safe altitude.
Gal Gadot repeated the role of Wonder Woman, saying that Wonder Woman 1984 is a reflection of many realities, saying it is a story of the truth.
“This movie is about the truth, which sounds simple, but in many ways is very complicated. As humans, we have to learn to appreciate the here and now – the truth of our situation – but we also want to put that aside for what we want, what we don’t have, what’s not the truth of our situation. Of course we can try to have it all, but can we ever really? “said Gadot.
The sequel is directed by Patty Jenkins, who also made the first movie. Gadot also remembered the moment when the idea for this story started to sprout for Jenkins. “Patty and I were still working on the first movie and we didn’t know how people would react. But we’re both big dreamers and we thought if we could make another Wonder Woman movie, we’d have a whole different chapter in her. to be alive, ”she said.
The actor said he would advance Diana’s story with the second installment of the franchise: “In Wonder Woman, Diana first learned what it meant to live next to people. In this movie, she has a parallel arc with humanity in that she has learned to feel like her over time. “
The Warner Bros. Pictures will hit theaters on December 24 in India in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
(With input from IANS)
Watch: Trailer van Wonder Woman 1984