First 'Wonder Woman 1984' Poster Has Gal Gadot Channeling Lady Gaga

Wonder Woman 1984 gets eye-popping poster in lieu of Comic-Con appearance

In a post in which she confirms that Warner Bros.

Jenkins tweet reads: "By now you've heard: WB isn't going to Hall H this year".

We might have to wait a whole year to see the film itself but the poster for the second Wonder Woman instalment has been revealed!

The poster leans gleefully into psychedelic '80s colors, so if you had any suspicion WW84 would be rife with nostalgia, consider it confirmed (honestly, the early stills tipped us off)!

Admittedly, when we got our first look at Gal Gadot as the titular heroine in Wonder Woman 1984, a lot of fans simultaneously felt excited and underwhelmed. Sharing the same on her own Twitter account, Gal wrote a post saying, "I can not wait to share #WW84 with you all!"

Stop what you are doing - the official poster for Wonder Woman 1984 is out and it is everything.

Gadot also couldn't contain her excitement for the sequel, taking to Twitter to share the poster as well. The film is slated for 5 June, 2020.

Wonder Woman 1984 will be released nationwide in June 2020 by Warner Bros. With no Hall H presence, this means that highly anticipated movies like Wonder Woman 84 and the star-studded Dune reboot will not be featured at the convention at all.

Wonder Woman has so far appeared in three DC films. In addition, Chris Pine will return as Steve Trevor, an American pilot and spy who was Prince's love interest in 2017's 'Wonder Woman'.

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