“Wonder Woman 1984” Japanese Trailer Features More Golden Eagle Armor Goodness

While we wait to see if Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 hits theaters this year (it’s currently slated for a December 25, 2020 release, after being shuffled a few times due to the pandemic), we’ll take any new glimpse of the film we can get. This means that a Japanese version of the trailer that includes a bit more footage of Diana Prince, better known as Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) in her Golden Eagle armor definitely qualifies.

Wonder Woman’s Golden Eagle armor comes straight from the comics. It includes a pair of golden wings, an eagle helmet, and a sword made by the god Hephaestus. In the comics, that sword could cut anything, including Superman. It’ll be interesting to see how Jenkins reveals the backstory of the armor in Wonder Woman 1984, but we’re guessing it’ll come in handy against Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal), a TV personality and media tycoon who wants the world to bow down to him and will stop at nothing to get what he wants. Diana’s armor will not only work against Lord and his goons but also against Barbara Ann Minerva (Kristen Wiig), a.k.a. The Cheetah, who revealed in the film’s kick-butt second trailer that she aims to be the apex predator.

For a glimpse of Wonder Woman in all her golden glory, check out the Japanese trailer below:

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Featured image: Caption: GAL GADOT as Wonder Woman in Warner Bros. Pictures’ action adventure “WONDER WOMAN 1984,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo Credit: Clay Enos/ ™ & © DC Comics


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