Wonder Woman 2: Kristen Wiig confirmed as the villain

Wonder Woman 2: Kristen Wiig confirmed as the villain

It's true! So incredibly lucky to welcome the sensationally talented Kristen Wiig to our "Wonder Woman" family.

The casting, as shocking as it may be at first, is one of the first official details concerning Wonder Woman's sequel.

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Though she's proved her mettle with a series of dramatic parts in films over the past few years, some still doubt whether she's right for such an iconic comic book character. It remains to be seen if Wiig will obtain the role, but needless to say that Cheetah will just be one of many new faces who will be introduced in the sequel, and we've provided some candidates who would also be worthy of inclusion.

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Wiig was always considered to be at the top of Jenkins' list for the role of Cheetah and talked to her before Jenkins started scouting for locations. Her more recent works include "Downsizing" and "Mother!".

Some may believe that comedy actors can't make it into a blockbuster.

Wiig, who gained widespread fame for Bridesmaids and on Saturday Night Live, is officially the second cast-member to be confirmed as the film begins pre-production. Most of the combat and physicality will be done by CGI and stunt doubles.

The film is expected to be released on 1 November 2019, having been moved forward a month to avoid competition from the ninth Star Wars episode.

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