Patty Jenkins Considering Steve Trevor’s Possible Future In The DCEU

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Chris Pine Wonder Woman Steve Trevor

Steve Trevor goes out with a bang in Wonder Woman, but is that the last we’ll see of him?

Warner Brothers is looking at the possibility of Chris Pine coming back, according to reports.

In a Fandango interview, director Patty Jenkins addresses a possible sequel and whether or not Pine will return. She indicates the plan is to set the next one in modern times, but she won’t go into specifics.

Patty Jenkins

“All I can say is it was a dilemma. It’s something I hope we don’t talk about in the public,” she says. “I want people to see, but it’s very hard to know which characters will be in the next movie because of the time period, so it’s a big question.”

Pine is said to be signed to a multi-film deal, so there is a possibility of returning. In the comics, Steve dies a number of times over the years, but DC Comics manages to find ways to revive him. For example, the character got killed off in 1968, but Aphrodite brings him back to life years later. In 1978, Steve dies yet again, but he returns in 1980.

While the DCEU’s Steve was single, it is unlikely we’ll see a son or grandson in future movies. However, it is possible a descendant of Trevor might appear. While it won’t be a grandson, it could be a great-nephew or some other relation.

During an interview, Pine jokingly hints at a potential spin-off. “The movie’s gotta come out, and then we’ll see,” he says. “What about Wonder Man?”

Should Steve Trevor return to the DCEU in some form? Share your thoughts!

Jonathan Bruce
I am an English teacher by day and a freelance writer at night. Specialities include news, reviews, opinion and commentary articles. When I'm not teaching, I participate in theatre, building sets and working stage crew as a hobby. I also enjoy reading and having an occasional glass of Scotch.

5 COMMENTS

  1. A. We cleared up the error.
    B. This is what Chris Pine said, not the author.
    C. Thank you for reading.

  2. Pine’s performance was part of the charm of the film. I fear something would be missing without him, like how Lois was missing from Superman III. How he comes back could be a significant part of the plot, and perhaps show us another god that Diana has to contend with. It could also act as a nod to the comics and the Lynda Carter show.

  3. I must admit, I was shocked that Steve Trevor was killed off. I expected to see a lone parachute floating down after the plane exploded. This would’ve worked!

  4. Absolutely not. Trevor should not be brought back. It would cheapen the sacrifice he made, and lessen the impact his death had on Diana. Bringing the character back would be a very bad idea.

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