UPDATED: The full Wonder Woman 1984 trailer has been released! Watch it below.
The first full-length trailer for DC Comics‘ upcoming sequel Wonder Woman 1984 is due to debut later today at the 2019 Comic-Con Experience in São Paulo, but Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot, has already shared a new teaser via Twitter in anticipation of its release.
The 24-second clip not only showcases scenes of Wonder Woman fighting crime in slow-motion and seemingly swinging on her lasso from lightning but also provides a glimpse of Pedro Pascal’s new villain, Maxwell Lord.
There are also glimpses of the story’s 1980’s setting in Washington D.C. with what appears to be crashed cars and ambulances in front of the Capitol Building.
The short teaser wraps up with the announcement for the full trailer in a vibrantly-colored font, displayed against a ’80s-vibed electronic pop background track.
Check back in later today for the full trailer drop, slated for release 3:30 PM ET today, December 8, 2019.
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