Gad Gadot returns as Princess Diana in “Wonder Woman 1984.” (Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/Twitter)
The sequel to “Wonder Woman” will take DC’s top heroine to Washington. (Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/Twitter)
(CNN) -- We still have to wait more than a year before the sequel to "Wonder Woman" arrives in theaters, but two new photos reveal some key clues.
We'll next see Princess Diana of Themyscira in the '80s.
A photo of "Wonder Woman 1984" features star Gal Gadot standing in front of a several television sets -- all of which are playing iconic pop culture moments from the decade.
A second tease reveals that Wonder Woman's love interest, played by Chris Pine, will return for the sequel.
"Wonder Woman" is the first major superhero franchise to be led by a woman, director Patty Jenkins. The film earned more than $103 million in its North American opening last June -- the biggest ever for a female director.
Kristen Wiig has been cast as Cheetah in the film.
"Wonder Woman 1984" will debut in theaters Nov. 1, 2019.
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