New Set Photos Reveal ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Now Filming In London

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While Wonder Woman 1984 has wrapped filming in Washington, D.C., some new set photos have revealed the next shooting location for the DC film is in London at St. Andrew’s Place — at least for the next few days.

On Twitter, a user under the handle of @WonderWomanHQ posted some photos revealing Warner Bros. vehicles and construction, along with the caption “(PHOTOS) Wonder Woman 1984 will be filming in #London at St. Andrews Place for the next couple of days. #WW84 (📸: geekdevil).” Here, have a look at some of the images in the tweet below.

Chances are some possible eagle-eyed bystanders may be able to catch some photos — which, for the record, isn’t an endorsement of taking photos instead of waiting for official reveals — but given how director Patty Jenkins decided to beat everyone to the jump herself by tweeting a photo of Chris Pine returning as Steve Trevor for the Wonder Woman sequel, as well as revealing the first look at Pedro Pascal, chances are if there will be any reveals, they will come from the folks behind the film itself.

What sort of sequences do you hope to get out of Wonder Woman 1984 now that it will be shooting in London soon? Let us know in the comments below.

Wonder Woman 1984 is being directed by Patty Jenkins, returning to the director’s chair from the first film, and stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, and Pedro Pascal. The film is set to be released on November 1, 2019.

Source: Twitter

10 Great Potential Directors For DC’s ‘Green Lantern Corps’

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Green Lantern Corps DC ComicsGreen Lantern Corps has been on the DC Films slate for quite some time, but it’s been a while since we’ve heard anything solid about the project. The film’s original release date was slated for 2020 yet no director, casting announcement or any real progress has been made so far. Warner Bros. and DC failed to lay the groundwork for the film by introducing a Green Lantern as a member of the Justice League (except for a small cameo in a flashback). It is safe to assume Warner Bros. wants to have a good amount of time to distance the general audience from the disastrous 2011 Green Lantern film starring Ryan Reynolds. Yet now approaching seven years one has to wonder when this film will get off the ground? The success of Guardians of the Galaxy has proven no concept is too far out there for the general movie going audience and DC could have its own intergalactic saga to compete with Marvel by making this movie.

Warner Bros. and DC even have an interesting hook to separate Green Lantern Corps from not only Guardians of the Galaxy but also every other major superhero film. The DC project is supposedly a “buddy cop film set in space.” Basically Lethal Weapon meets Star Trek. Or even for a more modern reference, The Nice Guys meets Mass Effect. That’s a great pitch for any movie. Green Lantern Corps needs to be a higher priority for the studio than Lobo, Nightwing or that Joker origin movie.

The first step is finding the right director for the project. David S. Goyer, who has written a draft of the script, was rumored to be in talks to helm the project, but Warner Bros. and DC are paving a new path forward so they may want to try getting a better director. Hundreds of directors make interesting films every year and given the recent success of Black Panther, Wonder Woman and Thor: Ragnarok, it’s clear that some of the best choices come from unconventional places.

These are the ten directors that should be on Warner Bros. and DC’s radar to help bring the Green Lantern Corps to the big screen. Click Next to get started!

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Omari Daniels

Omari Daniels

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