"Wonder Woman 1984" is a 2020 American superhero film directed by Patty Jenkins.
The starring cast includes Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal, Robin Wright, Connie Nielsen, Lilly Aspell, Amr Waked, Kristoffer Polaha, Natasha Rothwell and others.

Here are "Wonder Woman 1984" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Wonder Woman 1984 movie?

Warner Bros. Pictures on Saturday, August 22, 2020 released the trailer for "Wonder Woman 1984" you can watch here:
Wonder Woman 1984 - Official Main Trailer.

Plot summary

What is Wonder Woman 1984 movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Wonder Woman 1984" movie plot summary.

In her youth, Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) participates in an island-spanning athletic race on Themyscira against older Amazons. After falling from her horse, Diana takes a shortcut to catch up. However, Antiope (Robin Wright) removes her from the competition for this, explaining anything worthwhile must be obtained honestly.
In 1984, Diana works at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., while performing heroic deeds. She introduces herself to Barbara Ann Minerva (Kristen Wiig), a new geologist and crypto-zoologist with the museum, and they become friends. Barbara is kind and socially awkward, which make most people look past her and makes her envious of Diana. She is asked by the FBI to identify stolen antiquities from a robbery Diana foiled. Barbara and Diana notice one artifact - later revealed to be the "Dreamstone" - contains an inscription claiming that anyone holding it will have one wish granted. Diana unknowingly uses the stone to wish her deceased lover Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) back to life. After being saved by Diana from an attempted sexual assault, Barbara wishes upon the stone to become like Diana, attaining Diana's superpowers.
Failing businessman Maxwell (Pedro Pascal) "Max Lord" Lorenzano visits the Smithsonian under the pretext of being a wealthy donor. He arranged for the Dreamstone to be delivered to him in hopes of using its power to save his oil company. Diana discovers a connection between Max and the stone and attends a gala at the Smithsonian to investigate. There, she is reunited with Steve, whose soul inhabits another man's body that only Diana sees as Steve. Attending the gala himself, Max seduces Barbara to gain access to her office and steal the Dreamstone. He later uses the stone to "become" the stone and gains its wish-granting powers, along with the ability to take whatever he desires from others to fulfill the cost of the wishes. Max becomes a powerful figure who leaves chaos and destruction in his wake as his powers trigger worldwide instability.

Cast

Who plays who in the Wonder Woman 1984 movie?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Wonder Woman 1984" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Gal Gadot  as Diana Prince / Wonder Woman An immortal demigoddess, Amazon princess and warrior
Chris Pine  as Steve Trevor An American pilot and spy from World War I and the love interest of Diana
Kristen Wiig  as Barbara Minerva / Cheetah A highly insecure geologist and gemologist
Pedro Pascal  as Maxwell Lord A struggling yet charismatic businessman, famous for TV infomercials, and the founder of Black Gold Cooperative
Robin Wright  as Antiope Hippolyta's sister, general of the Amazon army and Diana's aunt
Connie Nielsen  as Hippolyta The queen of Themyscira and Diana's mother
Lilly Aspell  as young Diana from the 2017 film
Amr Waked  as Emir Said Bin Abydos
Kristoffer Polaha  as Handsome Man
Natasha Rothwell  as Carol (Co-Worker)
Ravi Patel  as Babajide
Oliver Cotton  as Simon Stagg
Lucian Perez  as Alistair
Gabriella Wilde  as Raquel
Kelvin Yu  as Jake
Stuart Milligan  as POTUS
Shane Attwooll  as Dangerous Drunk
David Al-Fahmi  as Mr. Khalaji
Kevin Wallace  as Televangelist
Wai Wong  as Lai Zhong
Doutzen Kroes  as Venelia
Hari James  as Herald (Trigona)
Betty Adewole  as Amazon
Camilla Roholm  as Amazon
Jessie Graff  as Competitor
Bronte Lavine  as Competitor (as Brontë Lavine)
Briony Scarlett  as Competitor
Jade Johnson  as Competitor
Miranda Chambers  as Competitor
Moe Sasegbon  as Competitor
Gwendolyn Smith  as Competitor
Hayley Warnes  as Aella
Saïd Taghmaoui  as Sameer (Photograph) (credit only)
Ewen Bremner  as Charlie (Photograph) (credit only)
Eugene Brave Rock  as Chief (Photograph) (credit only)
Lucy Davis  as Etta (Photograph) (credit only)
Lyon Beckwith  as Buzz Cut
Ryan Watson  as Bad Skin
Jimmy Burke  as Flat Top (as James C. Burke)
Brandon Thane Wilson  as Scowler
Oakley Bull  as Kelly (Girl Hostage)
Andy Riddle  as Donkey Kong Geek (Mall)
Rey Rey Terry  as Courtney
Tina Edwards  as Courtney's Mom
Bill Debrason  as Mall Cop (Exterior)
Rick Kain  as Mall Cop (Exterior)
Vickie Warehime  as Mall Security Guard
Mike D. Anderson  as Mall Security Guard
Christopher Crutchfield Walker  as Mall Security Guard
Gina Grinkemeyer  as Panicked Shopper
Cassandra Newman  as Panicked Shopper
Valerie Leonard  as Jewelry Sales Associate
Susan Smythe  as Jewelry Sales Associate
Bob Cusack  as News Reporter (Aftermath)
John Bucy  as Camaro Driver
Patrick Grover  as Camaro Passenger (as Patrick Grover)
Tracy Tobin  as Jogger
Mitch Holson  as Preppy Guy (Dupont Circle)
Ashley Gladden  as Preppy Girl (Dupont Circle)
Spencer Trinwith  as Georgetown Café Waiter
Parker Damm  as Commander Salamander Manager
Caroline Coleman  as Shoplifter
Summer Snead  as Shoplifter
Tori Beverly  as Shoplifter
Raquel Merediz  as Eager Saleswoman (Clothes)
Vince Eisenson  as Guy Hailing Cab (Georgetown)
Asim Chaudhry  as Roger (Co-Worker)
Danny Morgan  as Co-Worker 2 (Spare Coffee)
Tessa Bonham Jones  as Lucy (Co-Worker)
Philip Philmar  as Janitor
Mensah Bediako  as Leon
Russell Barnett  as FBI Agent (Stagg's Office)
Peter Brooke  as FBI Agent (FBI Office)
Jarren Dalmeda  as FBI Agent (Stagg's Lobby)
Jasmine Clark  as Black Gold Receptionist
Jonathan Ajayi  as Black Gold Young Man - Emerson
Tomos Vaughan-Williams  as Black Gold Young Man
Avi Rothman  as Black Gold Hotshot Aide
Belinda Mayne  as Stagg's Secretary
Orlando James  as Party Goer
Bruce Mackinnon  as Party Goer
Ed Birch  as White House Carl
Aykut Hilmi  as Cab Driver (Egypt)
Zaydun Khalaf  as Emir's Aide
Nerea Palacios  as Egyptian Child 1 (Diana Saves)
Altahay Ramos Martín  as Egyptian Child 2
Joanne Henry  as White House Staffer
Patrick Lyster  as CJCS (Oval Office)
Sam Sheridan  as US Army Tech
Paul Boyd  as US Army Tech
Vincent Jerome  as US Army Tech
Akie Kotabe  as Air Traffic Controller
Kenneth Jay  as Air Traffic Controller
Jasmine Hyde  as British News Reporter
Paul McQuaid  as American Reporter
Gabriel Constantin  as Silo Technician
Alex Delescu  as Silo Technician
Mish Boyko  as Silo Technician
Constantine Gregory  as Russian General
Michael Poole  as Old Russian Grandfather
Joe Palka  as Neighbor / Cow Man
Jean Hudson Miller  as Dog Walker (as Jean H. Miller)
Mike Sengelow  as Head Technician (Inner Chamber)
Paul Connaughton  as Irishman (Tea Shop)
Wendy Albiston  as Nasty Woman (Tea Shop)
Rhonda Overby  as Passing Reporter
Lambro Demetriou  as Max (8 Years Old)
Jonny Barry  as Max (15 Years Old)
Luis Torrecilla  as Max's Father
Sarah Barlondo  as Max's Mother
Matt Costello  as Max's Driver
Evan Bittner  as Photographer
Archie L. Harris Jr.  as Penn Avenue Watergate Cop
Stephanie Waters  as Penn Avenue Mother
Thomas Clay Strickland  as Wild Gunman
Chi-Lin Nim  as Wang (Chinese Kitchen)
Michael Kaurene  as Punk in Subway
Michael Gabel  as Apocalyptic Preacher
Orlando Gonzalez  as Convoy Driver
Dan De Luca  as Convoy Driver
Ahmed Hussien  as Convoy Driver
Tony Zarouel  as Convoy Driver
Naithan Ariane  as Convoy Driver
Joel Morris  as Security Guard
Michael Salami  as Security Guard
Kosha Engler  as US National News Anchor
Asa Sheridan  as Jace Valentine
Alma Varsano  as Snowball Girl
Maya Varsano  as Carousel Girl
Jaron Varsano  as Carousel Father
Tilly Winford  as Christmas Player
Victoria Broom  as Grateful Parent
Hamza Siddique  as Militant
Colin Stinton  as NORAD Colonel
Andy Cheung  as Resident
Katharine Pickering  as Amazon Athlete
Karis McCabe  as Amazon Athlete
Saskia Neville  as Amazon Athlete
Jenny Pacey  as Amazon Athlete
Mikayla Jade  as Amazon Athlete (as Mikayla-Jade Barber)
Candice Carbine  as Amazon Athlete
Donna Forbes  as Amazon Athlete
Chantal Nell  as Amazon Athlete
Lynda Carter  as Asteria

Release date

When is Wonder Woman 1984 movie release date?

"Wonder Woman 1984" movie release date was scheduled to be on December 16, 2020 (United Kingdom) and on December 25, 2020 (United States) distributing by Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Karo Premiere, Kinomania, NOS Audiovisuais, Vertical Entertainment, Warner Bros. Singapore, HBO Max and Sky.

Filming

What are Wonder Woman 1984 filming details?

The duration of the film is 151 minutes. With a budget of $200 million, the film grossed over $118.2 million.

"Wonder Woman 1984" movie is rated "PG-13", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Principal photography began on June 13, 2018, under the working title Magic Hour.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Wonder Woman 1984 movie?

"Wonder Woman 1984" movie got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 5.5/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 60/100. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B+" on a scale ranging from A+ to F.

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