Wonder Woman 1984 is set to hit theaters next year, and the cast and crew are currently filming the sequel flick. Although they are barely a month into production, the cast decided to drop by this year's San Diego Comic-Con. Director Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot were very quiet about Chris Pine's character, Steve Trevor, who died in the first film. Pine opened up the discussion at Comic-Con by letting fans know he will not reveal how, when, or why he has been resurrected. As reported by DeadlinePine's resurrection is set to be a main component of the plot.  “It’s something I’m super excited for everybody to see, [Chris] is a very important part of our movie," stated Jenkins. 

When asked why the movie jumped so far into the future from the last one, Jenkins was more open. "One of my favorite things about making the original was that it took place during World War I in 1917, an era full of metaphors like modernity and the mechanized world,” she stated. “I grew up in the ’80s, and this has its own look and feel. The reason I am excited is it showed mankind at its best and worst. It was grand and wonderful, there was great music and there were elegant and beautiful things. But other things about the decade revealed the worst of us. To have Wonder Woman in that period of time that was us at our most extreme, is wonderful.”

Wonder Woman 1984 hits theaters on November 1, 2019.