It’s one of 2020’s biggest blockbusters and we’re finally on the eve of Wonder Woman 1984’s release and with just four weeks till December 26, audiences can now take a brand new look at this impressive piece of superhero cinema.
In a new production feature, sponsored by Swarovski, director Patty Jenkins takes her audience inside the decadence and excess of the 1980s with an in-depth look at the fashion and production design of Wonder Woman 1984.
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From the Swarovski crystal-encrusted shoes of Kristen Wigg’s Barbara Ann Minerva to the bold power suits of Pedro Pascal’s Maxwell Lord, Wonder Woman 1984 has it down when it comes this bold and dominant decade and fans of the Wonder Woman character and the 1980s, in general, will be extremely impressed with the lavish visuals that appear on screen.
In describing the film star Gal Gadot said that the film’s look and feel really feeds on the mindscape of director Patty Jenkins. “Patty’s vision is just so ambitious,” said Gadot.
This was also echoed by star Pedro Pascal who portrays the villainous Maxwell Lord and who said that the film is really grounded in the period’s capitalistic decadence.
“The world of Wonder Woman 1984 is one of excess and the message that you can have it all.”
With its visual decadence, powerful narrative and compelling characters, Wonder Woman 1984 is going to be an extremely glorious blockbuster for audiences to indulge in when it arrives in cinemas on December 26.