Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot from 1984 recently shared a behind-the-scenes photo of herself and co-star Kristen Wiig, who played the cheetah, Wonder Woman’s main enemy in the film.
The photo, which was posted on Gadot’s personal Instagram account, shows Gadot in the film’s golden Wonder Woman armor and Wiig in Cheetah makeup sitting on the set while filming their characters’ last fight and awkward faces at the same time. . “Only a few cats take a break,” Gadot said in the description.
Wonder Woman 1984 was released in both theaters and HBO Max on December 25, 2020. Speaking of the hybrid release strategy earlier this year, director and co-author Patty Jenkins said, “It was the best choice between a series of bad choices.” currently. Jenkins said the decision was “a heartbreaking experience” and “detrimental to the film.”
Jenkins had previously stated that he hoped it would be released in theaters in 1984 at some point. “The theaters literally asked us to do that,” he explained. “They said, ‘We’ll close our doors if no one comes in.’ So what are you going to do? I’m sorry this did not get a real cinema release. I hope it will happen one day. It completely changes people’s opinions, but what will you do? It happens. ”
In addition, Queen Hippolyta actress Connie Nielsen claimed the poor reception since 1984, citing various film delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “I think psychologically it happens that many films like this go into this precarious area where they are exposed to a crisis that would not normally happen,” Nielsen said. “The fact that he has been moved so many times has put him to the test he does not deserve.”
Regarding the upcoming third Wonder Woman movie, during the DC fandom, Jenkins teased the return of veteran Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter, who appeared on stage as Asteria, Carter in 1984. Jenkins joked: “If and I knew [about the movie] you’ll have to kill me to talk about it, but I’m not. “However, Jenkins had previously announced that he would be leaving the Wonder Woman series after Wonder Woman 3.