Retro Logo For Wonder Woman 2 Heralds Diana’s Next Solo Adventure


The cameras, they are a-rolling on the Washington set of Wonder Woman 2, and we now have a sneak peek at the sequel’s working title (spoilers: it’s Happy Hour), along with its suitably retro logo.

Coming to us by way of Reddit (h/t Screen Rant), the document contains all of the usual industry jargon relating to the production of Wonder Woman 2, including the length of time its expected to lens across parts of Georgetown. A trip across the pond is also said to be on the cards, where director Patty Jenkins and her team will set up shop in Warner’s Leavesden studio in the United Kingdom.

That tells us Diana’s next solo adventure may pay a visit to the British Isles at some point, though it should be noted that Leavesden doubles as Warner’s home base for much of a film’s interior scenes and effects shots, particularly those requiring floor-to-ceiling green screens.

But without further ado, here’s a glimpse at that logo in question:

Wonder Woman 2

Now that production is officially underway, DC fans are keeping a close eye on the set of Wonder Woman 2 – particularly after it was reported that Chris Pine (!) was spotted close to the sequel’s lot. Could it be that his Steve Trevor is about to make a triumphant return, possibly via flashback? It’s certainly not out of the question, as Pine and Gal Gadot’s at-times effortless chemistry was one of the many highlights from Wonder Woman.

And let’s face it, with Cheetah looming over the horizon, Diana could do with some moral support, as she leaps to humanity’s defense once more. Exactly how Patty Jenkins plans to incorporate Wonder Woman 2 into the wider DCEU timeline remains to be seen – remember, the first was bookended by scenes of Diana in the present day – but we can surely expect more information to emerge over the coming days.