The second pic is the money shot here though, as it shows Gadot in her full Wonder Woman costume.
Suit aficionados may spot some minor differences in the suit (are those colors a little more of the classic, punchy red and blue?), but the casual observer will be happy to note that Wonder Woman 2 is taking the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" mentality to Gadot's costume.More news: "Incredibles 2" Secures A Record-Breaking $180 Million Opening Weekend
And as any comic book fan will tell you, Steve Trevor has also died multiple times in the source material - in "Wonder Woman #180", for instance, he was killed at the hand of Doctor Cyber, after Diana sacrificed her god-like abilities in order to be with her muse. There have been some rumours going around that Cheetah is not the primary villain in the film - which makes sense given the disparate levels in power between Cheetah and Wonder Woman - but that a secondary force is pulling the strings. As far as we know, Wonder Woman will come into conflict with the Soviet Union during what will be the Union's last decade before it crumbles into smaller parts.
"I did very much thematically want to get to love - because that's what she stands for - and the complexity of what we're facing", she said of the first film. Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones) is also cast in a "pivotal role".
The star is known for playing Oberyn Martell in the HBO series, but exactly what he'll be doing in Wonder Woman 1984 remains unclear.