Did Wonder Woman movie fans get a glimpse of her invisible jet?
Spy shots of the sequel's film set in downtown Washington, D.C. hint at the reveal of an iconic vehicle from the comics.
One of the most iconic vehicles from the venerable world of comics may soon glide onto the silver screen. Whether or not you'll be able to see it, however, is still anyone's guess.
Intrepid spies craning their necks for views of filming for "Wonder Woman 1984" in downtown Washington D.C. have managed to catch glimpses of Israeli actress Gal Gadot dressed as the Amazon warrior princess and harnessed to an enormous crane. Unlike the cabled jump stunts she performed previously in everything from "Wonder Woman" to "Justice League," Gadot instead has been spotted flying through the streets of D.C. in a seated position.
Invisible Jet is happening...— Wonder Bira #WonderWoman (@wonderbira) June 18, 2018
Miss @RealLyndaCarter is going to be very happy about this@ ❤ #WonderWoman #MulherMaravilha #MujerMaravilla #LyndaCarter #GalGadot #WonderWoman2 #WonderWoman1984 #Cheetah #ww84 @GalGadot @PattyJenks pic.twitter.com/n228rBlp5M
Could it be? Is this the setup for Wonder Woman's famed invisible jet? Check out video of the scene below. Also, notice the intense amount of smoke? It's possible that's the less-than-invisible exhaust from Wonder Woman's personal transport.
And here's another one from just a bit higher.
Some people think Wonder Woman is finally flying... But it looks to me like she is jumping again. Or sitting in her invisible jet.. lol.. 😆😐 pic.twitter.com/u3F7zuNJoE— Clau Balboa (@stargazer0118) June 19, 2018
And just because we love to see Gal Gadot show off her athletic abilities, here's yet another of her running through some 1984-themed streets towards what we can only assume is a dangerous situation.
While Wonder Woman's invisible jet didn't make it into the first film, American director Patty Jenkins has never been shy about revealing her intentions to include it in future film.
"The invisible jet is very important and ultimately we have to have the invisible jet," she said in a May 2017 interview. "That’s a very big part of Wonder Woman."
Wonder Woman's unique mode of transportation made its debut only a few issues into the first series run of the DC Comics superhero. In addition to its visual masking, it was also described as near-silent and capable of speeds in excess of 2000 miles per hour.
Should the invisible jet make an appearance in "Wonder Woman 1984," it will likely improve on all previous attempts to bring the concept to life. As shown in the video below, the 1970's live action version, starring American actress Lynda Carter, is about where the bar currently resides.
However Wonder Woman gets from A to B, you can bet that with Steve Trevor back in the mix and Cheetah sharpening her claws, this is one adventure we quite literally can't wait to see. "Wonder Woman 1984" is slated to roar into theaters on November 9, 2019.
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