Wonder Woman 1984 Trailer Debuting Saturday During DC FanDome

The second trailer for Warner Bros.' highly anticipated Wonder Woman sequel is almost here.


In case you weren't hyped enough already for Warner Bros.' upcoming DC FanDome event this Saturday, have we got news for you: The studio will debut the second trailer for Wonder Woman 1984 Saturday during the film's digital panel.

Wonder Woman 1984 was originally supposed to come out in 2019, but delays saw it pushed to 2020. Thanks to COVID-19, it's been delayed even further, and fans haven't caught a glimpse of the sequel since the first trailer debuted last December. Prior to that, the only times we had seen any footage of the movie at all was during San Diego Comic-Con 2018, when Warner Bros. showed a brief clip at their panel.

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WW1984's first trailer was hype as hell, and with Hollywood releases slowed to a trickle thanks to the pandemic, the anticipation for a new movie as promising as this is through the roof. DC FanDome is the logical place to debut the new trailer, as Warner Bros. no doubt hopes to attract eyes to the DC-centric digital convention.

FanDome will take place Saturday August 22, with a newly announced second date on September 12. For more info on FanDome, including the schedule and how to watch the panels, check out our article here, and stay tuned to GameSpot for all the coverage you need this Saturday.

Meanwhile, for more 1984 news, check out everything we learned on our visit to Wonder Woman's set, from details about the villain Max Lord to hints about exactly how Steve Trevor will return.

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