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  • We're counting down our picks for the top 10 things you missed in Wonder Woman 1984.

  • You have to let me thank you, miss Ask Terry.

  • Fakes aren't my four day, but let me see for this list.

  • We're looking at Easter eggs, little details and references to the comics that might have flown over your head.

  • Keep in mind there will be a few spoilers.

  • What details stood out to you in Wonder Woman 1984.

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  • Number 10.

  • The Linda Look.

  • Spending the night at the handsome man's apartment, Diana and Steve raid his closet for some fresh clothes.

  • Since Steve steals the spotlight with his disastrous fashion show, audiences probably missed the significance of Diana's wardrobe choice.

  • It might not be a designer dress, but Diana still looks flawless in a button down white shirt, blue vest in gray suit.

  • The style is reminiscent of the outfits that Lynda Carter war as Diana Prince, particularly one from a Season two episode in the seventies.

  • TV Siri's Diana often concealed her secret identity under modern ensembles like pantsuits, although she could pull off a costume change in a literal spin.

  • Also, much like Carters, Wonder Woman Diana's tiara is much more than a fashion accessory here.

  • Number nine c Trains Significance.

  • It Z.

  • It's a dream.

  • Studying the wish granting dream Stone, Barbara mentions that the mysterious artifact is made of so Treem, a member of the courts family.

  • It might not seem especially important, but if you do a little research, you'll come to understand why Citrine ties into the movies themes of desire, greed and corruption.

  • There's a superstition that Citrin is a source of prosperity.

  • Therefore, it's been called the Merchant Stone, the Money Stone and the success stone throughout history as the characters come to discover, the stone does indeed bring great fortune, but it comes at a hefty price.

  • Behind the Stones alluring golden yellow appearance.

  • There's a smoky cloud of deception wrapped around every wish You destroyed our people in a matter of months, the few survivors they buried the stone never to be exhumed under any circumstances.

  • Number eight lassoing lightning.

  • Taking a page from the new 52 2017 Wonder Woman established Diana as the daughter of Hippolyta and Zeus.

  • As a child, Diana is told that Zeus used his remaining power to create a god killer, which turns out to be his offspring.

  • While her mother and fellow Amazon's raised Diana, she still possesses some of her father's signature hallmarks.

  • During the final act of Wonder Woman, 1984 Diana soars into a lightning storm.

  • Rather than dodging the lightning bolts, Diana uses them toe lasso her way through the dark clouds, being the god of the sky and thunder.

  • Zeus is known for throwing bolts of lightning, so it only makes sense that his daughter would be able to utilize lightning to awesome effect.

  • Number seven, the nuclear man symbol outside of Superman two and Tim Burton's Batman.

  • The eighties wasn't exactly the best decade for comic book adaptations.

  • Coming out in 1987 Superman for the Quest for Peace was arguably the bottom of the barrel.

  • It marked the debut of Nuclear Man, who, unsurprisingly, hasn't been in another movie since.

  • Wonder Woman, 1984 seemingly pays homage to the infamous villain, though on the floor at the South Fields mall, there's a sun shaped symbol with eight triangle surrounding a circle bearing a striking resemblance to the emblem on Nuclear man's costume.

  • Granted, the end is missing, although that may have been a bit on the nose.

  • Considering that this film and Superman four have a nuclear war theme in common, we doubt the similar design was coincidental.

  • Number six to the invisible plane and beyond Are you The invisible plane served as Wonder Woman's preferred choice of transportation in the early comics.

  • In 1958 during the Silver Age, the character was depicted gliding on air currents through crisis on infinite Earths.

  • In 1985 Diana was retooled with Hermes Power of Flight.

  • Thus the plane was largely phased out.

  • Going forward.

  • Wonder Woman, 1984 mixes elements of pre crisis and post crisis.

  • The iconic aircraft makes its long awaited D.

  • C.

  • You debut, when Diana turns a jet invisible, allowing her and Steve to elude the authorities.

  • After bidding Steve, another tearful Goodbye Diana lassos yourself into the sky, learning to soar like an eagle.

  • Balancing innovations of the golden and modern ages is no easy task, but this movie makes it look so easy.

  • Number five Brother I and Big Brother parallels What's this global broadcast satellite top secret program that enables us to override any broadcast system in the world.

  • In the film, Maxwell Lord plans to use a satellite system to grant every viewers wish and take what he wants in return.

  • In the O Mac Project Limited, Siri's Lord uses Brother I, an AI satellite developed by Batman to transform people into cyborgs that can challenge superheroes.

  • While the cyborg angle is dropped here, the satellites still allows Lord to manipulate a mass audience.

  • Diana ultimately helps Lord to seethe light finding, um, or peaceful resolution than in the comics where she broke his neck.

  • Brother I derives its name from Big Brother, the totalitarian figure in George Orwell's novel 1984.

  • Just as Big Brother gains a cult of personality, Lord wants nothing more than to be recognized for his greatness.

  • Number four.

  • Cheetah foreshadowing.

  • Although Barbara Minerva doesn't become cheetah until the climax, it is foreshadowed throughout the film that she'll become a literal apex predator.

  • Of course, there's the stuffed jungle cat in the room full of artifacts.

  • What's interesting, though, is how every major character hints at Barbara's inevitable transformation.

  • First, there are Diana's animal printed shoes, which Barbara takes an immediate liking to those air cool like those animal print Ato Handsome Man's apartment.

  • Steve tries on a shirt with the Cheetah print design, which he clearly cannot pull off.

  • In Maxwell Lord's office, you can spot a cheetah blanket decorating his couch.

  • Then there's Barbara herself, who don Zafer ensemble not long before going into beast mode.

  • Don't you love it when clothing tells the story?

  • Barbara, what did you do?

  • Number three Etta Candy remembered.

  • Diana's apartment possesses several treasured mementoes, from Steve's watch to a photo of her World War one buddies.

  • In another photo, Diana can be seen posing with an elderly woman.

  • You might not have recognized her at first, but if you take off a few decades, you'll see the clear resemblance to Etta Candy.

  • Actress Lucy Davis made her debut as ETA in the previous film, which was set in 1918.

  • It's Etta Candy.

  • I'm Steve, Trevor's secretary.

  • Since the sequel picks up 66 years later, it was always unlikely that ETA would play a major role here.

  • Wonder Woman, 1984 the junior novel confirms ETA has passed away, but her friendship with Diana would endure until the very end the two would even move from London to the US Together number two retro brands being set in the eighties, the filmmakers had to work in a few nostalgic nods, one of which is specific to the Washington neighborhood of Georgetown.

  • Early on, we see a couple of kids shoplifting at Commander Salamander, an actual punk boutique that was recreated for the movie Hey, during the mall set piece, you can spot several defunct chains, including Chess King, Waldenbooks and Tape World.

  • The highlight is the Time Out arcade, where kids are playing Operation Wolf, even though that game wouldn't come out until 1987.

  • Steve would also get his first whiff of modern air travel upon seeing a Trans World Airlines plane, T W A.

  • Would be acquired by American Airlines in 2001, reminding us just how much times have changed before we continue.

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  • Number one eagle armor origins okay for the final battle, Diana suits up in her golden Eagle armor.

  • Earlier, she told Steve that the armor once belonged to a great Amazon warrior known as hysteria, who seemingly sacrificed herself in battle.

  • Her name was hysteria.

  • She was our greatest warrior.

  • The armor possesses a different origin in the comics.

  • Wonder Woman was first seen wearing the armor in the Kingdom Come miniseries, which was an else world story.

  • The armor would later entered the mainstream continuity in Wonder Woman.

  • Volume two, Number 1 44.

  • The film makes no mention of Palace, who is credited for creating the armor on the printed page.

  • A stereo, meanwhile, has never been a prominent player in the comics.

  • But all that matters is that we got an epic cameo.

  • We need more Lynda Carter and Wonder Woman three.

  • Ascherio.

  • Mysterious.

  • Wow, it's a beautiful name.

  • It's from my culture.

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Top 10 Things You Missed in Wonder Woman 1984

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/27
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