Given the fact the first film was set during World War I, this would suggest the second film is jumping nearly 70 years into the future to the 1980s, and would support Jenkins' recent clue that the sequel will be set in more 'contemporary' times.
But it sounds like DC is sticking to what worked the first time: a period piece.
Following rave reviews from fans and critics alike, Wonder Woman has officially surpassed Deadpool's domestic box office of $363 million. Gal Gadot stars as Diana Prince a.k.a. So naturally Warner Bros. and DC Films are already looking ahead to Wonder Woman 2, though plot and crew details have remained in the dark - until now.
Thanks to the wonders of the internet, we now also know what the story may involve. It's clear watching "Wonder Woman" that whoever's in charge really gets WW, and isn't just giving us an anonymous superhero movie. Whatever the case, we're not about to complain about the reunion of one of the most romantic couples in superhero movie history. How should Steve Trevor return? He could be working for the Soviets, a la Bucky Barnes in Winter Soldier.
It is worth noting that both Deadpool and Wonder Woman were burdened with their own challenges, which makes their financial earnings all the more impressive. However, you can't deny the on-screen chemistry between Gal Gadot and Chris Pine - it was one of the strongest parts of Wonder Woman. I had a blast making it with Patty the first time.