The 1984 “Wonder Woman” was rewarded in the film, marking the difference from the original Wonder Woman Released in 2017. Although there are usually post-credit scenarios to establish the future of the franchise (or as a last extra outlet), Wonder Woman 1984 seems to take a different approach. It pays homage to the past and pays homage to the characters of DC Comics. Director Patty Jenkins also wanted to do this in the first film, but did not go as planned. This is why Jenkins found a way to include it in “Wonder Woman 1984”.

“Wonder Woman 1984” (Wonder Woman 1984) review: “DC Sequel” has fallen sharply from the original work

1984 “Wonder Woman” spoilers

“Wonder Woman 1984” (Wonder Woman 1984)

A woman wearing blue clothes with long flowing hair was walking through a bazaar when a wire broke into two, causing the independent electric pole connected to it to fall. But the woman in blue stretched out her right arm-she has a bracelet like “Wonder Woman”-and easily grasped the falling pole, surprised everyone around her. Then she walked down the street, like what she did was nothing special.

The mother of a baby girl was falling. She ran to her and said to her, “I’m sorry, please, I have to thank you, miss…” The woman in blue turned around and introduced herself as Asteria (Lynda Carter). The mother, who did not want to be named, wanted to know how she did this. Asteria explained to her grateful mother: “It’s just a simple weight transfer. It takes practice, but I’ve been doing it for a long time.” (Her words were a call back to Diana earlier in the movie.) She smiled, blinked, turned around, and walked away.

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Asteria is the name of the legendary warrior. In this honor, the opening ceremony of Amazon Games, “Wonder Woman 1984” was held. As Diana (Gal Gadot) explained in depth in the film, when enslaved Amazons fled to Themyscira, Asteria became the one who prevented people from moving forward. She wore golden armor-Diana later wore it to fight the cheetah (Kristen Wiig), which was made from other Amazon-owned armor.

Diana (Diana) ends this backstory by saying that Asteria sacrificed herself, but as the moments after the movie “Wonder Woman 1984” (Wonder Woman 1984) reveal, this is clearly not The reason it failed. Asteria is obviously still alive, but it is not clear why she gave up the armor. Diana pointed out that she searched for Asteria but only found armor. Maybe Asteria doesn’t want to be discovered, or their way hasn’t been walked yet. We may see this in “Superwoman 3”.

At the same time, this seems unlikely. Carter (Assteria) as Asteria (Asteria) is more like an Easter egg, Jenkins (Jenkins) pays tribute to the woman she admires. Carter played “Wonder Woman” in the TV series of the same name, which was released in the United States from 1975 to 1979. All episodes of the series were recently released on HBO Max, and “Wonder Woman 1984” premiered on the streaming service. Jenkins has always spoken highly of Carter, and she has always wanted to include her in her film series from the beginning.

In the post-loan phase, Jenkins managed to do this. She raised a candle to the woman who inspired her to become “Wonder Woman” in the first place. Of course, if Jenkins wants to add Asteria (or Amazon derivatives as she calls it) to the plot of Wonder Woman 3, then she now has a legacy.

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“Wonder Woman 1984” was shown in cinemas in India and around the world. It can also be used for one month on HBO Max in the United States.