The photo arrives after the debut early this month of a staticky image that reads "WW84," teasing the sequel's actual title.
Jenkins' image was joined by another from Gal Gadot's Twitter account - this one showing Wonder Woman silhouetted against a bank of TV screens covered in 80s-style imagery. The costumes on the extras in the mall photo confirm it's also the year the film takes place (not to mention Steve himself rocking that black Members Only jacket).
"Wonder Woman 1984" is the official title of the sequel, and Pine will be back as Steve Trevor.
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Although it will be the first tournament to be hosted by three nations, the vast majority of games will be held in the Unites States.
And yet, thanks to a teaser image tweeted out by Patty Jenkins herself, here's Trevor, looking not a day older than he did back in the first film. Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones) is also cast in a "pivotal role".
Wonder Woman, released in the summer of 2017, become a cross-cultural phenomenon, inspiring millions of moviegoers and raking in $821.9 million at the global box office.
Set to open in theaters November 1, 2019, Wonder Woman 1984 is based on the character created by William Moulton Marston, appearing in comic books published by DC Entertainment.