The new “Wonder Woman 1984” trailer is here. On DC FanDome, stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal, along with WW84 director Patty Jenkins, unveiled the second trailer for the next Wonder Woman movie, which made us see Kristen Wiig as Cheetah, and more information about the content of the movie. Although only the English version is shown on DC FanDome, Warner Bros. India has also released Hindi, Tamil and Telugu versions on its YouTube channel, which we embedded in. “Wonder Woman 1984” (Wonder Woman 1984) is scheduled to be released in theaters in October. Although the country is increasing the number of new cases, don’t expect India to become the first wave of countries.

“Superwoman 1984” Trailer #2 English

“Superwoman 1984” Trailer #2 Hindi

Wonder Woman 1984 Trailer #2 Tamil

“Superwoman 1984” Trailer #2 Telugu

Except for Gadot from Diana/Wonder Woman, Pine from Steve Trevor, Barbara Ann Mina In addition to Barbara Ann Minerva/Wiscal of Cheetah and Pascal of Maxwell Lord, “Supergirl 1984” also returns Wonder Woman Connie Nielsen as the Queen of Amazon, Diana’s mother Hippolyta, Robin Wright as Hippolyta’s sister and Amazon Army General An Antiope. The new members of “Supergirl 1984” include Natasha Roswell (Unsafe), Ravi Patel (Meet Patel), Gabriela Wilde (Endless Love), Christopher Pola Ha (North Shore) and Eminem Walker (Lucy, Lamy).

Behind the scenes, the current director, Jenkins, is working on a script written with the former presidents of DC Entertainment, Geoff Johns (Geoff Johns) and David Callaham (The Expendables). Hans Zimmer is the composer of this film. Gadot and Jenkins also served as producers along with Charles Roven, Zack and Deborah Snyder and Stephen Jones. “Supergirl 1984” was produced by DC Films, Atlas Entertainment, Quarry and Crazy Productions. Warner Bros. Pictures is a global publisher.

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The release date of “Wonder Woman” in 1984 has been changed several times, first due to other movies and then due to the pandemic. It was originally scheduled for December 2019, but it rose a month after Disney set “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” in December last year. Then, like the original version, it will be released in the United States in June 2020. But with the spread of the coronavirus, WW84 was postponed to August and then late October because theaters around the world continued to close.

“Wonder Woman 1984” is currently scheduled to be released in cinemas on October 2.