We should have already seen this movie by now! ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ is just one of many potential blockbuster films that have been forced to delay their openings due to shutdowns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ has had its date pushed back a couple of times and at this point, it is scheduled to open on October 2. ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ graces the cover of the latest issue of Total Film Magzine, so at least fans can check that out to learn a bit more about what to expect when the DC Comics flick finally arrives. Among the topics covered, Chris Pine discusses the role his character Steve Trevor plays in the new picture. As everyone remembers, Steve died during the climax of the first ‘Wonder Woman’ movie, yet as we’ve seen in trailers, photos, and posters, he is somehow back in the sequel. But the tables have been turned. In the first film, he escorted Diana from her island hideaway, still stuck in the culture of ancient Greece, into the “modern” world of World War I, in the earliest days of the 20th Century. Obviously, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ is set in 1984, and Diana has chosen […]
The post ‘Wonder Woman 1984’: Chris Pine Discusses Steve Trevor’s ’80s Culture Shock appeared first on ScienceFiction.com.