Patty Jenkins, the Director of Wonder Woman 1984, reveals a post-credits scene not shown to the critics. This Wonder woman sequel, played by Gal Gadot, is highly anticipated and is next up in Warner Bros, DC universe.
About the film:
Warner Bros are gearing up to release Wonder Woman 1984 on Christmas day and recently revealed that it would have a secret post-credits scene. This will be the first Warner Bros film to premiere in theaters as well as on HBO Max. The DC universe has packed 2022 with 4 films set to be released. Including a new Batman film starring Robert Pattinson.
The Gal Gadot led sequel, directed by Patty Jenkins will star Chris Pine returning. In addition, Pedro Pascal and Kristen Wiig will be joining the casting playing the roles of Maxwell Lord and Cheetah, respectively. Jenkins revealed that those who saw the film early would miss a crucial post-credits scene. The Director did not reveal much about the scene, but he assured viewers that it was attached to both the cinema version and the one streaming on HBO Max.
The Post-Credits an Insight to the Future
The post-credits scene is an exciting prospect for DC Fans. As Wonder Woman 1984 will be a part of the DC universe’s central timeline, the entry would be a critical stepping stone in the franchise’s future. With Justice League, directed by Zack Snyder, also teasing the possible future of the DC universe, this scene would be pivotal for the DC characters. It would give fans the direction that the franchise will take. The Flash, The Suicide Squad, and Aquaman 2
The DC franchise has gone through its ups and downs since the beginning. With fans having no information about the franchise’s future, the post-credit scenes will hint at what the future holds. It could also be a supplementary scene like the first Avengers post-credit scene. Where the heroes were seen enjoying Shawarma in a broken restaurant after a well-fought battle. However, fans believe that it is unlikely to be the case. Wonder woman 1984 will bring the story of Diana Prince closer to the modern-day. Closer to the events of other DC films such as Batman vs. Superman and Justice League.
Watch The Official Trailer For The Film Here :