Wonder Woman 1984

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Wonder Woman 1984 poster.

Movie (2020)

Gal Gadot (Diana Prince / Wonder Woman)
Chris Pine (Steve Trevor)
Kristen Wiig (Barbara Minerva / Cheetah)
Pedro Pascal (Maxwell Lord)

Diana must contend with a work colleague and businessman, whose desire for extreme wealth sends the world down a path of destruction, after an ancient artifact that grants wishes goes missing.

Also from this series:

Wonder Woman (2017)

Unidentified Airliner


Boeing B-52D Stratofortress

Registration 56-0689, c/n 464060 built in 1956. On display in the American Air Museum at Imperial War Museum Duxford, United Kingdom.


Lockheed SR-71A Blackbird

Registration 61-7962, c/n 2013. On display in the American Air Museum at Imperial War Museum Duxford, United Kingdom.
The cockpit section to the right of the door is from a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress.


Republic P-47D Thunderbolt & American Air Museum

On the tarmac, P-47D registration G-THUN, c/n 399-55731 built in 1945. Carried serial 45-49192 during military service. Airworthy and maintained by The Fighter Collection at Duxford Aerodrome (---/EGSU).
Norman Foster and Chris Wise-designed American Air Museum building seen on the right. Identifiable here are the Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress F-BDRS Mary Alice towards the left and facing the glass; The tall tail with the yellow stripe is Boeing B-29A Superfortress 44-61748 It's Hawg Wild.


Republic P-47D Thunderbolt & Grumman TBM-3E Avenger & Panavia Tornado & De Havilland DH.110 Sea Vixen FAW.2

On the tarmac at Duxford Aerodrome (---/EGSU), outside the American Air Museum. Closest to farthest:
P-47D Thunderbolt registration G-THUN, c/n 399-55731 built in 1945 listed above.
TBM-3E Avenger registration CF-KCG, c/n 2066. Carried serial 69327 in military service. Built for the Royal Canadian Navy as a Avenger AS.3.
Panavia Tornado (possibly GR.1 registration ZA465).
Sea Vixen FAW.2 registration XS576, c/n 10134 built in 1964.


Panavia Tornado

At Duxford Aerodrome (---/EGSU). Sea Vixen FAW.2 XS576 seen on the right.


Cockpit views show a fictional side-by-side seating configuration.


Mil Mi-17


Sikorsky VH-3D Sea King Marine One


Boeing 747


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