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The wonder returns in ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

In 2017 audiences were introduced to a bold new heroine with Wonder Woman and Gal Gadot stunned audiences with her incredible performance and action-packed super-heroics. Now she’s back with director Patty Jenkins and this dynamic duo are ready to take audiences on another amazing adventure in Wonder Woman 1984. The brand new trailer has arrived […]

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Pedro Pascal’s character finally confirmed for ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

One of 2020’s most exciting releases is going to be Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984, the much anticipated sequel to 2017’s Wonder Woman. While we have been treated to some first look images from the new film, and the film’s cast have been confirmed as Gal Gadot as Diana/Wonder Woman, Chris Pine as Steve Trevor […]

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Chris Pine stumbles upon a deadly mystery in ‘I Am The Night’

While Chris Pine and Patty Jenkins might now be back at work on Wonder Woman 1984, they undertook a creepy new project before filming began, and now the trailer for this mysterious new mini-series, I Am The Night, is here….and it’s super unsettling. I Am The Night is the story of Fauna Hodel (India Eisley), […]

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This is why ‘Wonder Woman’ is so important

The scene comes about halfway into Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman, and it’s about as carefully prepared and elegantly executed a reveal as you’ll find this side of The Third Man. Our heroine, Diana (aka Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman), is being spirited through the foxholes of Western Front (the story is mostly set during WWI, more on the […]

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‘Wonder Woman’ – Review

Superhero movies aren’t exactly a rarity these days, but good ones certainly are. Thankfully, Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman ticks all the boxes. Thoughtful, important, empowering, and electric are just a few words I’d use to describe the highly anticipated blockbuster, but above all, genius comes to mind. Jenkins has delivered a poignant and powerful superhero origin story […]

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