The day has come! Wonder Woman 1984 has already been released in surely you are looking forward to seeing Diana Prince ( Gal Gadot ) again after her first film, Wonder Woman (2017), was a success at the box office and grossed a whopping $ 821 million. Faced with such data, its director Patty Jenkins has gone back behind the cameras and has expanded the cast with the addition of Pedro Pascal and Kristen Wiig as the ‘villains’ Maxwell Lord and Barbara Ann Minerva / Cheetah, respectively. And then there’s also Chris Pine, whose stove Trevor mysteriously returns to life despite sacrificing himself as a hero at the end of the previous installment.

In an interview with SensaCine, Gadot and Jenkins told us about one of the funniest moments of 1984: a hilarious costume change scene starring Steve Trevor himself, who now swaps roles with Diana. If in the original it was she who felt like a fish out of water when entering the world of men for the first time -he remembers when tasting ice cream-, now it is the pilot who is surprised – and sometimes even gaped – by all the wonders that the 80s offer: housing, music, dance and, of course, clothing too. Some of Steve’s ‘looks’ are priceless. Luckily the rider is there to advise you.

” It was a lot of fun,” recalls the future director of Disney and Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: Rogue Squadron of filming that entertaining and hilarious moment in the new film. ” I wish we could have recorded even when we were at costume fittings deciding what to wear. Because there were a lot of hilarious outfits that he was putting together and we just laughed I hardly wrote that scene. We just decided to He tried on clothes because we knew that he … And that day he looked at me on set and said, ‘I don’t even know what I’m doing here.’ And I said, ‘Do whatever you want.’ And there you have it. it’s him improvising. ”

“It was hilarious,” agrees the Israeli interpreter, who will meet Jenkins again in the Paramount Pictures ‘biopic’ Cleopatra, where she will be the queen-pharaoh of Egypt and the last ruler of the Ptolemaic dynasty. ” Much of it was not in the script,” he continues. “We totally improvised. It was hilarious and it was also fun to switch roles. I was the fish out of water in the first movie and now he’s in charge of doing that and I’m teaching him everything. It was great. ”

Best of all, Steve Trevor’s costume change scene is just one of the strengths that Wonder Woman 1984 offers. Still don’t have your tickets? Find your cinema and get hold of them, enjoy the interview you have above and, here below, watch its spectacular official trailer again.