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…and some character posters, which are stunning but together make them look like four members of a band put together to sing the English entry in a last ditch attempt to win Eurovision.
Still, the trailer is terrific, not least because it’s got New Order’s Blue Monday playing over it.
They’re not giving much away, though Steve Trevor is back and it turns out he doesn’t know much about art.
And we’re introduced to the new villain – she may look like the mousy Barbara Minerva, but she’s also Cheetah.
1984 was a big year. I went to my first concert (Wham! at Whitley Base Ice Rink), and we all watched the film of George Orwell’s book about totalitararianism, though now I’m not sure we paid enough attention to that.
There was law that your hair had to be as wide as your shoulder pads and your perfume had to be Poison or Anais Anais, and I’m hoping that if Wonder Woman kills a female opponent we literally see her prising their electric blue mascara wand from their cold dead hands, because that’s what we used to say you’d have to do if you wanted to take it off us.
Wonder Woman 1984 is out on 5 June 2020, and stars Gal Gadot as Diana Prince / Wonder Woman, Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Kristen Wiig as Barbara Minerva / Cheetah, and Pedro Pascal as Max Lord.
Like the first film, it’s directed by Patty Jenkins.
Check out the trailer below, and scroll down for the full posters in all their gorgeous glory: