Wonder Women 1984, the sequel to the success of the last movie made in the year 2017, which was directed by Patty Jenkins and it starred Gal Gadot, is scheduled to release in June 2020 that is next year. An official trailer has been released, and the sequel of the movie promises the return of Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor as well as the introduction of Cheetah.
There are some hidden details about Wonder Woman’s shield. With the favorite fan characters expected to appear in the film, many fans of this movie have speculated as to whether other prominent figures from the Wonder Women comics will also have a cameo.
Most of the heroes in the DC comics we know have sidekicks that include the famous Batman, Superman, Aquaman, and Wonder Woman is no exception.
Donna troy, also known as the Wonder Girl it first appeared in the comics in the year 1965.
Ares was a primary antagonist of Wonder Woman, where it was said that the God Of War is Diana’s half brother. Although he perished in the first film, there is no death in the world of Comics is without a loophole and are could have returned for another confrontation.
Zeus takes an interest in Diana in the comics after she defeats Ares and offers to make her the goddess.
Lionel Luthor was born in the year 1984, which means that his father Lionel could make a cameo appearance this thing would link the films together and it would look good.
Mala was Diana’s best friend in the comics from Themyscira. Her friend nearly defeated Wonder Women during the competition to determine which Amazon would go into man’s world.
Philippus is another Amazonian warrior who was first seen in a Wonder Women comic in February 1987. She is one of the queens Hippolyta’s closest companion.
Diana works in the world of art, which could be a good opportunity to mention Hawkgirl and her partner Hawkman.
Circe is one of the Wonder Women’s main antagonists from the DC comics, and this is based on the Greek Sorceress.
Veronica Cale is also a highly intelligent scientist and also the co-owner of Cale Anderson.
The last one is Hades is another character from the DC comics who is also based on the Greek god of death and the Underworld.