Arts & Entertainment
Chris Pine Looks Pretty Damn Good for a Dead 90-Year-Old Man in 'Wonder Woman 1984'
Director Patty Jenkins has revealed details about the upcoming sequel.
IMAGE Wonder Bros. Pictures
Comments

If we've learned anything from our era of superhero movies, it's that no one is actually really dead. At the end of Wonder Woman, Chris Pine's Steve Trevor heroically sacrifices himself to save everyone else. It marked the death of some great on-screen chemistry between Pine and Gal Gadot.

But today, director Patty Jenkins has revealed the first details about the upcoming sequel, Wonder Woman 1984. It takes place in, well, 1984, and somehow marks the return of Pine's Steve Trevor. Jenkins tweeted a photo of Pine on set for the film, and he's got a great fit with a Member's Only jacket and a vintage Casio watch. He also looks pretty damn good for being either dead or at least 90 years old. Considering this is a superhero movie there are any number of reasons why Trevor would still be alive.

This sequel has Wonder Woman squaring off against The Cheetah, played by Kristin Wiig. While there have been a few versions of The Cheetah, all the characters have roughly the same powers, which "consists of enhanced strength and speed well beyond that of the most powerful felines, as well as heightened senses of smell and hearing for hunts and night-vision for stealth. Their reflexes and agility are similarly augmented, allowing them superior gymnastic and parkour feats for inhuman mobility. These superhuman traits allow them to challenge Wonder Woman in physical battles. Additionally, their fangs and claws are preternaturally sharp and strong."

Anyway, we'll know for sure when the movie is out on November 1, 2019.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

Comments
View More Articles About:
About The Author
Matt Miller
Matt Miller is the Associate Culture Editor for Esquire.com
View Other Articles From Matt
Comments
Latest Feed
 
Share
That's the exact opposite of what you were supposed to do, Google.
 
Share
The 'Philadelphia' writer laments “the inexorable rise of identity condiments.”
 
Share
It's the salty and sweet paradise you deserve.
 
Share
That's one gnarly brew, dating back to 500 BC.
 
Share
The plain and printed shirts to freshen up your look.
 
Share
We asked some music lovers who work around the industry where and how they discover new earcandy, sans the algorithm.
 
Share
She almost didn't make it into The Blues Brothers.
 
Share
 
Share
The iPhone's next trick? Getting you out of the airport faster
Load More Articles