‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Fans Share Memes About Chris Pine In A Fanny Pack –


DC Comics followers are loving the brand new ‘Wonder Woman’ sequel — and Chris Pine’s outfits have stolen the present. Specifically, his character’s fanny packs.

Wonder Woman 1984 has been launched on HBO Max — and all eyes have been on Chris Pine‘s fanny pack. The actor, who stars as Steve Trevor alongside Gal Gadot in the Wonder Woman franchise, rocked multiple belt bags throughout the film and fans can’t cease speaking about it. “I didn’t know what I needed for Christmas was Chris Pine in a fanny pack,” one fan tweeted, whereas one other commented, “i’m def gonna watch it 10000 more times to revel at chris pine in a fanny pack.” Some viewers famous the very 80s mixture of a fanny pack worn with a monitor swimsuit. “Chris Pine’s track suit and fanny pack combination in WW1984………..I need it.”

The movie’s launch was repeatedly pushed again because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, nevertheless the film was lastly  launched on Christmas Day on HBO Max, in addition to in choose theaters and IMAX. During the post-credits scene (warning: spoilers forward) director Patty Jenkins introduced every thing full circle. Earlier within the film, Gal Gadot’s Diana tells Chris Pine’s Steve a couple of golden swimsuit of armor she owns, which belonged to a strong and courageous Amazon warrior named Asteria. When the soldiers went into battle, Asteria stayed behind and battled in her gold armor so her sisters might be saved.

Chris Pine in ‘Wonder Woman’. Image: Warner Bros

The flashback scene reveals Asteria’s piercing blue eyes as she fights in battle. Diana then admits that she has appeared for Asteria over time, however solely ever discovered her iconic gold armor. Wonder Woman later wears that armor to struggle Cheetah (Kristen Wiig) and Max Lord (Pedro Pascal). Fans have theorized {that a} third Wonder Woman film might see Asteria and Diana can cross paths. Only time will inform!

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