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WATCH: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ trailer lassoes in villain Cheetah

/ 05:14 PM August 23, 2020

Wonder Woman is back with more lasso tricks, a shiny armor and a new nemesis in the freshly-dropped “Wonder Woman 1984” trailer.

The trailer released yesterday, Aug. 22, features Gal Gadot again as the superhero, a.k.a. Diana Prince, working at the Natural History Museum in Washington D.C. Somehow, she reunites with her romantic interest Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) whom she last saw in the World War I era.

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While playing tour guide to Steve in the 1980s, her colleague Barbara Minerva (Kristen Wiig) has transformed into a cat-human hybrid called Cheetah.

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Diana and Steve are reunited. Image: Warner Bros. Pictures

“I don’t wanna be like anyone, I wanna be an apex predator,” she says to Diana. “You’ve always had everything. Well, people like me have had nothing. Now it’s my turn. Get used to it.”

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Kristen Wiig as Barbara, a colleague turned nemesis of Diana Prince. Image: Warner Bros. Pictures

During a battle, Wonder Woman also unfurls a new look — her golden armor.

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Image: Warner Bros. Pictures

The Wonder Woman sequel, directed by Patty Jenkins, was set to hit theaters in June, but has been postponed twice due to the coronavirus pandemic, first to August then to October. JB

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