New Wonder Woman 2 fan-art imagines Diana Prince aboard her invisible jet patrolling around Themyscira. First introduced in Sensation Comics #1 in 1942, the DC aircraft debuted alongside the character which makes it every bit of iconic as its owner. And with a sequel of the Warner Bros. and DC Films' biggest hit starring Gal Gadot as the titular hero, fans can't help but wonder if the imperceptible vessel will also make its big screen debut sometime in the near future.
Specific plot details for Wonder Woman 2 is still scant at the moment, although Screen Rant's scoop from last year about the film being set in the 1980s at the height of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union, as well as the mysterious return of Chris Pine have been recently confirmed. But with principal photography for the movie officially kicking off last week, fans can expect more information regarding the flick, which will also see the introduction of Kristen Wiig, who will play the movie's primary antagonist, Cheetah, as well as Pedro Pascal in a yet to be confirmed role.
Courtesy of digital artist BossLogic is a Wonder Woman 2 fan art featuring Gal Gadot's Amazonian Goddess piloting her invisible jet. The artwork, which was posted on the creator's official Instagram account, sees Diana steadily cruising around Themyscira in her cool aircraft while wearing her sunglasses. Check it out below:
The artwork comes on the heels of a set video of Gadot seemingly piloting an unseen vehicle, this quickly led to speculations that director Patty Jenkins may be looking to debut Diana's infamous invisible jet in the sequel. However, upon closer inspection of the said clip, it looks like just a basic wire work for a stunt. That said, considering the nature of the invisible jet, it's difficult to fully squash any future theories that people may have about the aforementioned vehicle until Wonder Woman 2 hits theaters next year.
If Jenkins and her team do introduce the invisible jet in Wonder Woman 2, it will be interesting how it can be utilized in a way that it doesn't look campy. While the concept looks really cool on paper, its translation on the big screen can easily go awry if it's terribly executed. Nonetheless, with what the filmmaker was able to accomplish in the first Wonder Woman film, chances are that if she's chosen to introduce the transport in the sequel, it will be utilized in a great way that will fit Diana's '80s story. Further, it'll also be curious to know if the aircraft will once again make an appearance in present-day set DC films considering that there was no indication that it exists whatsoever in Justice League and even Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.
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