Wonder Woman 1984 Goes Totally Breakfast Club

Wonder Woman 1984 Goes FULL Breakfast Club

Wonder Woman 1984 goes totally 80s recreating the classic John Hughes’ The Breakfast Club movie poster.

In the recreation, you can see features Gal Gadot as Molly Ringwald, Chris Pine as Anthony Michael Hall, Kristen Wiig as Ally Sheedy, Pedro Pascal as Emilio Estevez, and director Patty Jenkins as Judd Nelson in the poster.

Read on for new details on the upcoming DCU movie Wonder Woman 1984

Wonder Woman 1984 Goes FULL Breakfast ClubCelebNMovies247.com recalls that Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming did an impressive job of taking some elements from classic John Hughes teen movies, and it seems The DCU is following suit.

Wonder Woman 1984 is currently setting up shop in London with additional scenes to filmed in the Canary Islands, where an Egyptian village was constructed for the sequel.

There is no news of who Pedro Pascal will be playing in the upcoming movie and the studio is keeping his character under wraps a bit longer. There is nothing on IMDB as well.

The new recreation poster from the set of Wonder Woman 1984 doesn’t spoil anything, it is notable for being the very first picture of the cast all together that has been released since production started.

Movie Web has reported:

In other Wonder Woman 1984 news, it was recently revealed that the production recreated the Smithsonian’s 1984 Fundraiser gala. Pictures from the set leaked online featuring cars of the era as well as a picture of Gal Gadot in some awesome 1980s formal wear for the occasion. While shooting around the Washington D.C. area, a lot of pictures from the set as well as video have leaked online. Despite the recent leaks, online director Patty Jenkins is doing a great job keeping this movie a hush-hush project.

We will all know more when Patty and the studio wanted us to know more.

For now, take a look at this photo leaks:

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