Wonder Woman 1984: Set Video Implies Wonder Woman May Be Getting Her Invisible Jet

A new video from the set of Wonder Woman 1984 has surfaced. The video is one of the better ones from the set of a huge blockbuster that I have seen, it’s very clear and is shot from a good location on set. The video shows actress Gal Gadot suspended by cables and gliding through a busy street, many fans have speculated this video implies that Wonder Woman will be making use of her infamous invisible plane in next year’s sequel. You can check out the video above.

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So is DC really bringing in the invisible plane? Why would she be flying so low through the street? With Gadot being in a seated position, it definitely looks like she is operating some sort of vehicle, but how well will the following image transfer to live-action?

My only experiences with the invisible jet are from the old SuperFriends animated series that is pictured above. The plane has been used far less in the comics ever since the Crisis on Infinite Earths series, as she was given the ability to fly and no longer needed the plane.

DC hopes that Wonder Woman 1984 can be as successful as its predecessor when it’s released next year.

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Source: Hollywood Pipeline

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