Repeatedly referred to as Wonder Woman '84 by director Patty Jenkins on Twitter, fans and journalists alike have followed the film's progress in and around the Washington D.C. area, where it has been filming.
She also happily posed with the team of staff there and dropped by to see some teen fans who were also seeking treatment.
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The first boy of the day, and fifth overall, was removed from the cave at 5 p.m., a source close to the operation told ABC News . Adesman said that PTSD is an issue for protracted trauma, and he's optimistic the worst is behind the boys trapped in the cave.
While Gadot has only been know as Wonder Woman in the United States for a few years, she has been proving she is worthy of the part for years. "Love, #SuperFan." It appears that the visit was a surprise for both the staff and the kids, and was an altruistic move on Gadot's part.
This hospital's patients and staffs' day just got way more wonderful!
Not much is known about Wonder Woman 1984's plot quite yet, other than that Chris Pine will return to the sequel in some form, and that Wonder Woman will be facing off against the iconic comic book villain Cheeta, played by Kristen Wiig.
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One particular photo shows a bank of TVs, every one of them playing something else quite significant from that decade. Deadline has reported that both Gadot and Jenkins will likely make a Comic-Con appearance for the Warner Bros. film.
Last month, production started on Wonder Woman 1984, the follow-up to Patty Jenkins' hit 2017 superhero movie, Wonder Woman.
As you can see, Gadot has been putting in hours at the gym, adding some serious muscles to her arsenal. All that's visible of Gadot is her face's reflection.
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But the U.S. secretary of state said: "If those requests were gangster-like, the world is a gangster. But expectation and hope of ours were so naive as to be foolish", read the statement.