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A Wonder Woman 1984 Theory Is Ruled Out By Director

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There was a major fan theory in Wonder Woman 1984 which director Patty Jenkins has ruled out. This was a Barbara and Diana theory and we will be discussing this now that Jenkins has told that it will not be coming true in the upcoming DC film. The movie would have released by now but because of the coronavirus pandemic, almost all of Hollywood has stopped movie production to practice social distancing. Now, Wonder Woman is moving towards its new release date of August 2020.

The Ruled Out Wonder Woman Theory

Director Jenkins was speaking with SFX when she spoke about Wonder Woman 1984. Turns out that Barbara and Diana’s theory claims that the two were locked together in love, a theory which the DC film did not utilize. Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) and Barbara Minerva (Kristen Wiig) could have a romantic spark in Wonder Woman 1984. Although this fan theory did not materialize, that does not mean that the director did not consider it as well. Here is what the director had to say:

“It might have [happened] in a different storyline. But because this storyline was so clearly about Steve (Trevor) coming back, the whole story was about Steve. It’s all a love story with Steve. There wasn’t room for two for Diana.”

There is this scene in the trailer where Diana and Barbara are out having drinks together. Some fans believe that they might be one date, hence the big Wonder Woman theory. Unfortunately, Jenkins has cleared to us that this could not be a case since we have Steve’s contribution to the storyline.

Barbara will also play as Cheetah in Wonder Woman 1984 where she will face the Amazonian in a battle inside the White House. The trailer shows how she counters WW’s lasso with her wrist gauntlets. Now, we have to wait till August 12, 2020, to see of we fans can come with another Wonder Woman theory. This is when the movie will release.

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