India is currently screening the film Wonder Woman 1984. Gal Gadot reprises her role as the Amazonian superhero in Patty Jenkins’ new film. Diana (Gal Gadot) takes on Cheetah (Kristen Wiig) in the DC movie set in the 1980s. Pedro Pascal plays Maxwell Lord.
A majority of critics have given the film a positive review, but they have criticized it for not being as good as the 2017 original.
Is Steve Trevor Planning to Return?
Chris Pine’s return as Steve Trevor was one of the central mysteries of Wonder Woman 1984. The answer is now in our hands: Steve’s spirit or soul or whatever it is is brought back to life in the form of a local engineer played by Kristoffer Polaha, only credited as “Handsome Man,” after Diana makes a wish on the Dreamstone for her dead beau’s return. When the rest of the world looks at Diana’s Steve-possessed body, they see the body of “Handsome Man.”
However, Diana has to give up her desire to save the world and send Steve back to his home in the seemingly pleasant place from which he came. Sadly, the film concludes with Steve’s death once more, this time for good. “I’m already gone,” he tells Diana in his final scene.
As a child, Diana competes against adult Amazons in athletic competitions on Themyscira, where she lives. Remounting after a fall, Diana takes a shortcut but misses an important checkpoint in the process. She is kicked out of the race by Antiope because she was caught cheating, and her mother Hippolyta tells her to be patient in her quest for honor and glory.
Diana is Wonder Woman in 1984 when she is working at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. In the beginning, shy geologist and cryptozoologist Barbara Ann Minerva struggled to make friends at the museum, but she quickly made one in Diana.
It is revealed that one of the artifacts stolen by Wonder Woman, the Dreamstone, has a Latin inscription claiming to grant the holder one wish after the FBI requests the museum to identify the stolen antiquities. The inscription is taken as a joke by both Diana and Barbara, but Diana yearns for her deceased lover Steve Trevor, while Barbara wishes to become like Diana. At a Smithsonian gala, he is resurrected in another man’s body and reunited with him. Maxwell “Max Lord” Lorenzano, a struggling businessman, steals the Dreamstone in an attempt to save his oil company from bankruptcy. That which he wishes for is the ability to grant other people’s wishes, allowing him to take whatever they want from them, resulting in worldwide chaos; this is his ultimate goal.
Cheetah’s Fate Is Still Unknown.
In the end, Barbara just wanted to be acknowledged. She craved recognition. She aspired to feel like Diana (Gal Gadot), whom she had read so much about. despite the fact that Diana was a recluse who preferred to remain anonymous and shunned public attention. Even after she experiences Diana’s power and confronts her former friend at the White House (of all places), Barbara realizes the bitter truth about her friendship. That isn’t enough for me. It is her second request to Maxwell Lord (Peter Pascal). She aspires to be at the top of the food chain. Cheetah is her goal.
Diana prepares for battle by donning the legendary Amazonian warrior Asteria’s Golden Armor before confronting Barbara for the first time. A full-on cat fight ensues, in which both participants suffer significant injury to one another. Despite Wonder Woman’s best efforts, Cheetah’s evil plan must be stopped if she is to be saved by the Amazon. In order to return to a normal state, this is the only way to do so. Cheetah, on the other hand, has no desire to return to her former self as “Barbara”. Using electricity and water, Wonder Woman is able to stun Cheetah, and the villain sinks to the bottom of the water in which the female combatants are engaged.
We asked Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins if she intentionally left Cheetah’s fate ambiguous, and the filmmaker confirmed to us: Cheetah’s fate was left open-ended.
What Does Wonder Woman 1984 End With? (warning: Spoilers Ahead)
As a senior anthropologist at the Smithsonian Institute, Diana meets Barbara Ann Minerva (Wiig), an insecure woman who aspires to emulate Diana’s powerful, confident, and stylish demeanor.
The Dreamstone is the film’s MacGuffin, and Pascal’s Maxwell is a businessman who wants it. Minerva’s transformation into Cheetah is a result of the Dreamstone bringing back Steve Trevor (Chris Pine). Wishes come true, but a price is paid: something essential is taken away. Her powers begin to wane the moment she reunites with Steve. Despite her newfound strength, Minerva has transformed into a vengeful monster.
Wonder Woman Is Able to Fly.
Diana flees from the pain of losing Steve for the second time. After that, she takes to the air. With the help of what Steve had taught her about the flight (“It’s so simple, really,” he said). In order to learn how to ride and catch the wind, she uses her Lasso to snag the tail of a plane, which propels her into the sky at a high rate of speed. This is how she takes advantage of the wind. A lightning bolt or two can propel her forward with the help of her lasso as she soars.