'WW1984' Post-Credits Scene Will Send You on a Retro Binge-watch
Spoilers ahead for WW84! Well really just a spoiler. In fact, you don't have to have streamed Wonder Woman on HBO Max in 1984 to understand the real meaning of the super-secret post-credits sequence. This kind of post-credits sequence isn't (likely) a future sequel for another Wonder Woman movie, but rather some kind of gateway drug designed to transport you back to the 1970s. Here's what WW84's post-credits sequence "means," but also why it's likely to force you into the '70s binge watch for the next week or so. Seriously, minor spoilers are coming now.
After the plot of WW84 is over and we assume that Pedro Pascal will go to jail, a post-credits sequence briefly introduces Lynda Carter in a wink-wink-nudge-nudge cameo as "Asteria", a legendary Amazon Warrior woman who originally wore the golden angel suit that Gal Gadot wore in this film. In real life, Lynda Carter is the actress famous for playing Wonder Woman in the 1970s television series of the same name. And yes, HBO Max, the home of WW84 and a number of future Warner Bros movies, just made all of the old Lynda Carter Wonder Woman episodes available for streaming at home too.
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How is the show holding up? If you've just watched the more recent Wonder Woman (2017) and WW84 (2020) films in a row, you will find something similar in terms of format. In Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman season one, the entire show takes place in the 1940s during World War II. But for seasons two and three, Diana jumps into the 1970s, which is possible, of course, because she is essentially immortal. (To be clear, on HBO Max, "Season 1" and "Season 2" are in the 1940s, while "Season 3" and "Season 4" are in the 1970s. If you want to jump straight to the 70s, begin with "Season 3" and the episode "The Return of the Wonder Woman")
Are the seasons a little better in the 70s than the 40s? Eh is it some kind of mistake? Having Wonder Woman fight Nazis is oddly more engaging than having her basically existed on a glorified cop show. Nevertheless, she fights against "Mind Stealers From Outer Space" in the 1970s. So you can look forward to it. The series doesn't quite approach the kitschy brilliance of the 1960s Adam West Batman, but nothing does.
Is Wonder Woman from the 70s better than WW84? Well that depends on your taste. But it might be easier to watch with the kids.
Check out Lynda Carter's 70s Wonder Woman on HBO Max here.
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