Gal Gadot has confirmed via her instagram that Wonder Woman 1984 finally completed its production on December 23rd, allowing the cast and crew to return to their families just in time for the Christmas and New Year holidays.
In her announcement, Gadot included various pictures from the set and made sure to compliment director Patty Jenkins’ hard work. She also thanked the arge crew for their diligence and creativity, making sure to emphasize just how special the experience of being on the Wonder Woman 1984 set was. You can check out the rest of her post, as well as the behind the scenes pictures she shared from filming, below:
The expectations for the film are sky high given the critical and commercial success of its predecessor, but the actress seems to think there’s nothing to worry about. The length of the movie shoot – roughly six months from June to December 2018 – raises no causes for alarm either. Even the push to a June 2020 premiere seems to be timed to take advantage of summer blockbuster status rather than to paper over any production flaws. That being said, we can certainly expect additional photography to take place in the latter half of 2019 before the trailers begun to come out.
Gal Gadot’s Diana Prince is joined once more by the go-to prince of Hollywood, Chris Pine (most recently heard in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse). Aside from bringing back those two familiar faces, Wonder Woman 1984 will also be introducing Academy Award-nominee Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids) as Cheetah, as well as Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones), Gabriella Wilde (Poldark), Natasha Rothwell (Love, Simon), and Ravi Patel (Transformers) in as-yet undisclosed roles.
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