1st look at 'Wonder Woman' sequel reveals Chris Pine's return

Sara Haines reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:22 | 06/14/18

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So, we're going to play a little -- another '80s muse ex, Madonna to set the scene to take us back to the great decade of the '80s and begin with a first look at the sequel to the wildly successful "Wonder woman." Director patny Jenkins tweeted this image of Chris pine writing welcome to wonder woman 1984, Steve Trevor rocking an '80s look and if you've seen the last movie you're probably wondering how he can possibly be in this one and wonder woman herself, gal godot, did you know there was a "T" on the end? No, I didn't. This is a news segment. She posted this. Her character before a bank of TV screens and if you look closely on the left you can see a smiling Larry Hagman from the hit '80s show "Dallas" and in the center screen Christie Brinkley in her red ferrari from "National lampoon's vacation" and wonder woman 1984 hits theaters November 2019. I heard you're a big fan. A huge, huge fan. Of gal's and Patty. Patty is aonderful director. This is a female beast of a movie. Both of them. If you're having trouble sleeping, which I haven't done yet today, do you think this might help? You just decide basically where you want to start and off you go. Maybe there's a happy little -- I like that. That's legendary painter, is he stippling? He's squishing. I don't know. It is stifelling. I'm not a paining expert. This is star Bob Ross. You know this and a meditation website seems to think his soothing voice will send you straight to sleep. Calm.com is using his audio from "The joy of painting" to create a new audio series with a single goal, to put you to sleep. This one is guaranteed to send you to your happy place adrift on colorful Zs. Probably not his original intention. But they said this is the first time they're allowing his audio to be released and said what would Bob do because people ask that every day. If someone wanted to sleep to his voice because people used to write letters that that would happen, he would want this for people. So do it, Bob. Before I do anything, what would Bob do? That's what I'm going to ask. In my day. This is a favorite of mine. A boy in -- and his new best friend jump for joy. He spotted a huge bear and began jumping. Oh, my gosh. This went on for almost ten minutes. Now, that -- I'd call that a cardio workout. Yes. I mean it's so cute but I would not keep jumping. That kid like an energizer battery. That bear has some hops too. He was getting up there. In the water no less. No doubt. All right, Sara. Isn't it easier in water?

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