'Wonder Woman 2': Geoff Johns Teases "WW84"

The teaser reads "WW84", strongly hinting that the sequel's official title will be Wonder Woman 1984.

If accurate, both moves are a pretty radical shift from the 2017 origin story blockbuster, which was set in Europe during World War I. If the sequel follows the format of the first film, it could also include a bookend scenes set during the present day. Patty Jenkins, who will be sitting on the directorial chair again, changed the background of her Twitter account to feature the logo.

Now, we have some new info on the sequel, which is set to drop next year.

While it had been confirmed in the past that the film was going to take place during that decade, the exact year can give us some clues as to what will be going on in the film.

Some fans have embraced the film's '80s setting. It grossed more than 821 million dollars on a budget of 149 million dollars, breaking records for a female-directed movie.

Directed by Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot, Wonder Woman 2 is slated to hit theaters on November 1, 2019. Kristin Wiig will join the cast, as will Narcos star Pedro Pascal. The screenplay was written by Jenkins, Geoff Johns, and Dave Callaham. It was originally scheduled to premiere on December 13, 2019, but the bigwigs made a decision to move it up to avoid competing with Star Wars: Episode IX.