The sequel on Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot, opens in Spanish theaters on December 18.
Wonder Woman 1984, the sequel to Wonder Woman starring Gal Gadot, hits theaters on December 18 and the film features a secret post-credit scene. Why secret? Well because, although some media have already had the opportunity to see the film directed by Patty Jenkins, they have not been shown this final scene. However, as the director has confirmed, she will be in the montage of the film that will reach the cinemas for the general public.
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Jenkins has answered with a simple "yes" when Cinemablend has asked if there will be a post-credit scene or not. The director has explained why they have decided to keep this moment of the film a secret. ”Make it something that is kept for the audience. Just because, God forbid, someone writes about it and you're like, 'Well, what's so funny then? We should have added it to the end of the movie! ”She claims.
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In Spain, Wonder Woman 1984 will only be available in theaters. Our country still does not have HBO Max, a platform on which the sequel about the DC superhero will also premiere on the same day of its landing on the billboard. Jenkins has confirmed that, in other territories that do have HBO Max, this post-credit scene will also be part of the montage.
So, you already know. When the sequel about Wonder Woman is over, sit back for a bit longer to see what Jenkins and the rest of the film crew have decided to keep a secret.
Wonder Woman 1984, set in the 1980s, follows Diana Prince in her new life years after she faced Ares during World War I in Wonder Woman. In this adventure, the superheroine will face Barbara Ann Minerva / Cheetah (Kristen Wiig) and Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) and also the unexpected return of Steve Trevor (Chris Pine). On these lines, do not miss the trailer.