In the '70s Wonder Woman TV series, Lyle Waggoner played Trevor in the first season set during World War II, then played Steve Trevor Jr.in the second season, which was set in the '70s.
Patty Jenkins, who wrote the first movie with Geoff Johns and will likely team up again for "Wonder Woman 2" explained her idea in an interview with Advocate. Jenkins return, however, isn't official yet.
Reportedly, Chris Pine has signed on for the franchise's next installment as Steve Trevor. Currently, the Gal Gadot-fronted film's global gross haul is idling right around $746 million. Or, maybe he's actually immortal like Wonder Woman? Whatever the case, we're not about to complain about the reunion of one of the most romantic couples in superhero movie history.
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He lay motionless on the road for some time, being attended to by medics before being taken to hospital, although organisers said he was conscious and speaking.
He took to Instagram with a picture of his character making a heart around a Wonder Woman necklace.
The female-led and directed film, starring Gal Gadot and directed by Patty Jenkins, has dominated the box office since its release in May, grossing over £282 million and overtaking Deadpool. And yet here we are imagining the attractive multiplicity of such a universe, thanks to the actor's rad AF tribute to Wonder Woman. Because this would be way, way too Winter Soldier/Bucky Barnes-esque-a figure beloved to the hero secretly corrupted by the (Soviet) enemy. How should Steve Trevor return? Captain America: The Winter Soldier borrowed heavily from the likes of Three Days Of The Condor, and that was a critical and commercial hit - so why can't it work for Wonder Woman? For how much of a success Wonder Woman has been thus far, you can believe Warner Bros. will try to find a way to get a follow-up out sooner than the next Presidential election. The goal is to make another great Wonder Woman film.