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Wonder Woman 1984 photos reveal Gal Gadot battling Kristen Wiig for the first time as villain Cheetah

Wonder Woman 1984’s First Photos Show Gal Gadot First Fighting Kristen Wiig as Supervillain Cheetah

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Kristin Wiig was shown against Gal Gadot as supervillain Cheetah AKA Barbara Ann Minerva in first photos of Wonder Woman 1984 released Thursday.

In an instant Wonder Woman AKA Diana Prince was face to face with her archnemesis during a White House showdown.

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On the Hunt: Kristin Wiig was shown fighting Gal Gadot as supervillain Cheetah AKA Barbara Ann Minerva in first photos of Wonder Woman 1984 released Thursday

On the Hunt: Kristin Wiig was shown fighting Gal Gadot as supervillain Cheetah AKA Barbara Ann Minerva in first photos of Wonder Woman 1984 released Thursday

Fans no doubt drooled when Cheetah used her own wrist gloves to counter Diana’s Golden Lasso.

However, Wonder Woman was seemingly able to capture Cheetah’s henchman Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal), while another image showed him being held by the Lasso for U.S. government officials.

It’s interesting to note the transformation to Cheetah, as in the trailer released in December showed the archaeologist and heiress Barbara Ann Minerva as a nerdy woman who befriends Diana but wants to be her.

Interestingly, Wonder Woman was seemingly able to capture Cheetah's henchman Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal), while another image showed him being held by the Lasso for US government officials

Interestingly, Wonder Woman was seemingly able to capture Cheetah's henchman Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal), while another image showed him being held by the Lasso for US government officials

Interestingly, Wonder Woman was seemingly able to capture Cheetah’s henchman Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal), while another image showed him being held by the Lasso for US government officials

Humbler Days: It's interesting to note the transformation to Cheetah, as in the trailer released in December showed Barbara Ann Minerva as a nerdy woman

Humbler Days: It's interesting to note the transformation to Cheetah, as in the trailer released in December showed Barbara Ann Minerva as a nerdy woman

Humbler Days: It’s interesting to note the transformation to Cheetah, as in the trailer released in December showed Barbara Ann Minerva as a nerdy woman

Switch up: She befriends Diana, but wants to be her leading to her transformation

Switch up: She befriends Diana, but wants to be her leading to her transformation

Switch up: She befriends Diana, but wants to be her leading to her transformation

Those weren’t the only images released on Thursday, as there were two featuring Diana’s long-lost sweetheart Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) seemingly dying in the first movie.

It seems like the two have been picked up where they left off, being shown enjoying a very romantic moonlit dance in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC.

Patty Jenkins has also returned to direct the sequel, as the original raised 821 million in 2017.

He's back! Those weren't the only images released on Thursday, as there were two featuring Diana's long-lost sweetheart Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) seemingly dying in the first movie

He's back! Those weren't the only images released on Thursday, as there were two featuring Diana's long-lost sweetheart Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) seemingly dying in the first movie

He’s back! Those weren’t the only images released on Thursday, as there were two featuring Diana’s long-lost sweetheart Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) seemingly dying in the first movie

It seems like the two were picked up where they left off, being shown enjoying a very romantic moonlit dance in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC

It seems like the two were picked up where they left off, being shown enjoying a very romantic moonlit dance in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC

It seems like the two were picked up where they left off, being shown enjoying a very romantic moonlit dance in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC

It is currently the 21st highest-grossing superhero movie of all time, in terms of profit. It is the sixth highest of the 10 DC Comics films.

In March, Warner Bros. the summer version of Wonder Woman 1984 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Now that much of Hollywood’s spring calendar has already been released due to the virus, major summer movies are also increasingly being rearranged, making the sequel hit theaters on August 14 instead of June 5.

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