When the movie, Wonder Woman had released in 2017, all the DC fans had been super shocked when the character, Steve Trevor played by Chris Pine had met his fate by the end. Many of the fans had been more shocked when a few of the promotional stills had been released from the set of the upcoming film, Wonder Woman 1984 and this had shown Pines’ Trevor alive.
So, how does the character return? The director, Patty Jenkins and the team now ready to introduce one more DC Comics villain that will be reviving the character, Steve Trevor from the dead in exchange for a favour from the superhero, Wonder Woman, played by Gal Gadot.
This report has claimed that Pedro Pascal (The Mandalorian) will play the role of Maxwell Lord, who is on a mission of gathering ancient artifacts, thinking that they will make him “as powerful as a god.” This rumour goes claims that Lord is now working with Barbara Ann Minerva until one of the artifacts turns the character into Cheetah.
She is then furious at her colleague’s betrayal, and Cheetah turns on Lord, and the latter then revives Trevor for persuading Wonder Woman to help Lord in his battle against Cheetah.
In a recent interview that had been released last year, Pine had revealed that he was aware that he would return for a sequel while the very first Wonder Woman had been filming.
“Patty had told me her idea somewhere in the middle of the first one and…when Patty gets an idea it’s a pretty powerful thing because you can see the kernel land in the dirt and then all of a sudden it just starts growing and becoming a tree you know, and she could make you do anything,” Pine had said.
“That happened with a TV show we did and she just fully formed, and then she acts out every part.”
“I mean when she pitched me Wonder Woman there’s not a chance that I wanted to do Wonder Woman. First all it’s not about me. It’s not Wonder Man,” Pine had joked.
“But we met at this restaurant and she just, there was no script and pitched the story, and I was like ‘yes! All day yes. When do you want me to start?’ And that’s the joy and beauty of Patty.”
Wonder Woman 1984 will release on June 5th, 2020. Aquaman is in theatres now, and other upcoming DC films include Shazam on April 5th, 2019, Joker on October 10th, 2019, Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) on February 7th, 2020, and Wonder Woman 1984 on June 5th, 2020.