‘Wonder Woman 2’ Cast Recreates Iconic Group Pic From ‘The Breakfast Club’

The star-studded cast from Wonder Woman 1984 have appeared to recreate John Hughes’ iconic The Breakfast Club group photo – a film which came out in 1985 and has since been known as a quintessential coming-of-age ’80s flick.

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So, according to a couple of reports and social media sleuthsPedro Pascal actually uploaded the little behind-the-scenes picture first to his Instagram before quickly deleting it. Then, Jumpcut Online hopped on it, one of their journos re-posted it to her Twitter, and everyone got very excited.

Here’s a full side by side for comparison.

To match the original, Jumpcut edited the photo for the ~ aesthetics ~:

And for a closer look at the original:

That’s director Patty Jenkins posing as John, Kristen Wiig as Allison, Chris Pine as Brian, Pascal as Andrew, and Gal Gadot as Claire. 

Talk about nostalgia.

Wonder Woman 1984 will see Gadot return to the titular role alongside a very much alive Steve Trevor, played by PineIn this DC Universe sequel, Wonder Woman will go up against Wiig’s villainous Cheetah, otherwise known as Barbara Ann Minerva. 

Minerva’s backstory places her as an ambitious archaeologist who’ll do anything to get her hands/paws on rare artefacts. In the comics, she’s also the heir to a sizeable estate and fortune – not sure if that’ll carry through to the film.

Long story short, during one particular expedition for a lost tribe in the African jungles, Minerva finds herself on the wrong side of a ritual. Despite being given the powers of intense speed, strength, and a heightened sense of smell and hearing, and night vision, these powers come at a terrible price for Minerva’s human side.

Jenkins gave us our first look at Wiig as Cheetah back in June:

Meanwhile, there are still a ton of rumours floating around suggesting OG Wonder Woman Lynda Carter is rumoured to make a cameo in the film.

Earlier this year, Carter was honoured with her very own Hollywood star. Per the Guardian, Jenkins attended the event and said of Carter “It’s quite incredible to become a part of the story with someone I admire as much as I do Lynda. As the years have gone on, I’ve come to admire that she carried that same spirit into her personal life as well.”

Wonder Woman 1984 is set to fly into cinemas November 2019.