Diana Prince is Back in Uniform for Wonder Woman 1984

The hair is a little bigger, the colors are a little brighter, but that is the same Wonder Woman we fell in love with a year ago. Last week, Patty Jenkins and Gat Gadot revealed that Wonder Woman was heading into 1984 (along with Steve Trevor!) and now Gadot shared the first look at the updated super suit. We got a look at Diana in street clothing last week, but this is our first glimpse at her suited up for the sequel.

Diana Prince’s outfit in Wonder Woman was incredible. The debut was highly anticipated and we were not disappointed. The colors were muted in the bleak age or WWI, but it was recognizable and captured the essence of the character. The spectacular Lindy Hemming returned for the sequel, so we were hoping she wouldn’t stray too far. Hemming has an incredible track record that includes Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight series and Casino Royale.

Now in the age of neon colors and bold fashion choices, Wonder Woman’s uniform has gotten a little polish. The red and blue seem to pop a little more and the metallic has gone from a war weary bronze to a glittering gold. As Diana noted upon her first visit to London, the human world can be somewhat gray. The 1980s wears well on Diana and brightens up the outfit.

Warner Bros. has confirmed that Wonder Woman will face off against Cheetah (Krsiten Wiig) in the sequel. Officially titled Wonder Woman 1984, Diana has jumped decades into the future. While we know the goddess does not age, appearing the same in the contemporary Justice League, we were stunned to see Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) will appear in 1984 with her. The internet was ablaze last week with fans speculating that Pine was playing a distant relative of Trevor, but that rumor has been put to rest. Warner Bros. confirmed that Pine is playing Steve Trevor, himself. Glory be.

Wonder Woman returns to theaters November 2019.

Featured Image: GAL GADOT as Diana Prince in the action adventure “WONDER WOMAN 1984,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo Credit: Clay Enos/ ™ & © DC Comics


Kelle Long

Kelle has written about film and TV for The Credits since 2016. Follow her on Twitter @molaitdc for interviews with really cool film and TV artists and only occasional outbursts about Broadway, tennis, and country music. Please no talking or texting during the movie. Unless it is a musical, then sing along loudly.