Many fans left viewing Wonder Woman 1984 to take to Twitter to express that they found themselves conflicted about the sad lonely life the Amazon princess leads when she’s not being a superhero and the fact that she’s resolved that she’ll never love anyone or have what she had with Steve Trevor who died at the end of the first film.
Nearly 60 years have passed since then when we see Diana again in WW84. She is now a curator and cultural anthropologist at The Smithsonian museum in Washington, DC and lives at the famous Watergate apartments but has no personal life whatsoever. Something that is underscored by her burgeoning friendship with her new colleague (and eventual nemesis the Cheetah) Dr. Barbara Minerva (Kirsten Wiig).
And although Trevor does reappear and she gets to love again, it cannot last and she loses him again. I’ll let Twitter explain below.
— Diana Valles (@diana_JRV) December 26, 2020
Guess What? I just finished watching #WonderWoman1984 and one thing to say👆Fuck the Haters😡 And Go For It @GalGadot's😍 performance with Diana's💪charm just nailed it and whole plot of🎥was so catchy that.. I'm running out of words😳 Just Do yourself favor and Watch It 😌 #WW84
— M$™ (@TheSniktSharma) December 26, 2020
— CIZ (@cizOnfire) December 26, 2020
— k ✨ (@ugh_blue) December 26, 2020
— jaa 🎄 (@thejaanico) December 26, 2020
— Ashlee (@Not_CJCregg) December 26, 2020
— diana❀ 🇪🇪 (@bohduh) December 25, 2020
Diana and Steve is the only heterosexual couple I will allow on my screen pic.twitter.com/twr1gOCobY
— MY HOUSE, MY RULES, MY COFFEE. (@TargaryenNation) December 22, 2020
— nikkole ʬ⁸⁴ loves misha (@505CASTIEL) December 26, 2020
— Aleena Archuleta😶 (@Ms_Marvel_Girl) December 26, 2020
My favourite part of WonderWoman1984 was the music when Diana and Steve reunited, kind of reminding me the music in #CaptainAmerica, very majestic.
— bluedistancecafe💎 (@bluedistance) December 26, 2020
— Mohammad Talha (@talhaumer45) December 26, 2020