In 1984, after saving the world in Wonder Woman (2017), the immortal Amazon warrior, Princess Diana of Themyscira, finds herself trying to stay under the radar, working as an archaeologist at the Smithsonian Museum. With the memory of the brave U.S. pilot, Captain Steve Trevor, etched on her mind, Diana Prince becomes embroiled in a sinister conspiracy of global proportions when a transparent, golden-yellow citrine gemstone catches the eye of the power-hungry entrepreneur, Maxwell Lord. Now, as a dear old friend from the past miraculously enters the picture, and Barbara Minerva, Diana's insecure gemologist colleague gives in to desire, suddenly, deceit, greed, and false promises catapult Maxwell into the limelight. More and more, cataclysmic events push the world to the brink, and emotionally vulnerable Diana must address a cruel dilemma. Can mighty Wonder Woman save humankind once again?Written by
The third film in the WB/DCEU to reference Italy's Ancient Roman past when the Dreamstone is revealed to have caused the disappearance of King Romulus in a whirlwind in 716 B.C. and, in the year 476 A.D. when the last Roman Emperor Romulus Augustlus was assassinated he was reported to have the stone in his possession. In Aquaman the statue of King Romulus appears when Arthur Curry and Mera were in Erice, Sicily to look for Atlan's Trident after finding a map in the Kingdom of the Deserters that led them there. In Shazam! Freddy Freedman references the Romans to Billy Batson. See more »
The credits incorrectly spell the name of the artist of the song Cars. It is Gary Numan instead of Gary Newman. See more »
Some days, my childhood feels so very far away. And others, I can almost see it: the magical land of my youth, like a beautiful dream of when the whole world felt like a promise... and the lessons that lay ahead yet, unseen. Looking back, I wish I'd listened, wish I'd watched more closely and understood. But sometimes, you can't see what you're learning until you come out the other side.
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The Warner Bros and DC Comics logos and the film title are made out of television lines. See more »