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Wonder Woman 1984: We Have Our First Waist-Up View of Cheetah

(Warning! A spoiler for Wonder Woman 1984 is below.) A playing card shows the first view of villain Cheetah (Kristen Wiig) from WW 1984.

Enthusiasts still must hold off three months to see WW 1984 in cinemas. But the first view of Cheetah’s body beside her head is on the internet.

The image of the antagonist is seen on a playing card.

The clips from the encore to Wonder Woman of Wiig has to this point just featured her as Barbara Minerva. Enthusiasts had been able to see Cheetah’s head when a sticker pack showed it.

The waist-up look appeared on Reddit. It displays the ultimate transformation of Wiig’s character.

The card, it appears, boasts a holographic design with the blue outline of Cheetah alongside the actual body.

It looks like Wiig has cheetah print on her skin all the way up to her neck.

In the comics, markings found on animal cheetah skin is found on Cheetah’s skin. In the comics, Cheetah’s body is a cheetah-woman hybrid body.

Folks commenting stated that Cheetah appears like Rebecca Romjin and Jennifer Lawrence’s Mystique in the X-Men films. Perhaps this is due to Wiig being basically nude. (Inverse, in agreement with another fan in the comments, said she actually most resembles David Bowie.)

Check out the image below.

Wiig makes it hard to believe she will be 47 years old next month!

In the film, Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) will find herself against Cheetah and private executive Maxwell Lord. Audiences most recently saw Prince in Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon’s superhero film Justice League.

A second Wonder Woman film is seeing Patty Jenkins at the helm. She directed WW 1984’s predecessor, Wonder Woman. She co-wrote the WW 1984 screenplay with David Callaham. Jenkins co-developed a treatment with Geoff Johns. The new film stars Chris Pine, Pedro Pascal and Robin Wright, besides Wiig and Gadot.

WW 1984 is presently set to be put out in cinemas on Oct. 2, 2020.

Source: Heroic Hollywood, reddit

By Rhett Wilkinson

At nine years old, Rhett Wilkinson wrote stories about Han Solo & Princess Leia's son Ben Solo, so he's waiting for Disney to pay up! Rhett is the owner of Hero's Journey Content and author of "'Star Wars' Is Still Intact: Re-finding Yourself in the Age of Trump." His work has been seen in USA TODAY, ESPN & the Pew Forum. He also was a screenwriter for the theatrical production "Before Your Time" and is a survivor of abuse. Reach him on Twitter @rhettrites.

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