DC Entertainment President Geoff Johns Teases 'Wonder Woman 2' Logo

Confirming what year the film is set in.

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Though it’s been speculated for quite sometime that the sequel to last year’s hit film Wonder Woman will take place in the ’80s, DC Entertainment President and chief creative officer Geoff Johns has just confirmed this theory by posting a teaser logo to his Facebook account. In the post a static “WW84” logo can be seen, suggesting that the sequel will take place 67 years after the 2017 original, which was set during World War I. Take a look at the teaser logo below and let us know what you think in the comment section below.

Director Patty Jenkins returns for the sequel alongside Gal Gadot playing the pivotal character. It was also announced in early March that Kristen Wiig would join the cast as the Villain Cheetah; Johns will take up co-writing duties. Wonder Woman 2 is slated for release on November 1, 2019.

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