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Wonder Woman 1984 is shooting and we've got the social snaps to prove it

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Jun 18, 2018, 10:45 PM EDT

Hot off the heels of the first official Wonder Woman 1984 photos being released, the film has started shooting in Washington D.C. And since it's 2018, tons of fans have snapped photos and video from set. So get ready to jump back to 1984.

Wonder Woman 1984 is officially in production, as evidenced by the plethora of fans who have stopped by various areas throughout the nation's capital to watch the proceedings. (The WW84 team likely knew this would happen, since they're filming in public in broad daylight, hence the release of official photos last week.) Of course, some of the images and videos might contain minor spoilers, so look away now if you're not interested. But if that photo of Steve Trevor at the mall with a fanny pack intrigued you, here's even more '80s awesomeness to enjoy.

As expected, the 1980s fashion extends beyond Steve Trevor and Diana Prince in the film. These photos are confirmation that the fashion in Wonder Woman 1984 is going to be on point. We are all about this "fashion situation."

Plus, the 1980s set decoration is making D.C. really look like the city traveled back in time. If only it were that easy to time-travel.

But it's not just the atmosphere of the '80s that fans are catching glimpses of while checking out filming. Nerd Addiction has this awesome video of Gal Gadot in her Wonder Woman suit dangling in a harness on the street in clear view. It's actually comical just to see her chilling in clear view of fans like it's no big deal. But the more you watch it, could it suggest some Invisible Plane action? It's hard to tell, because the jet is invisible (duh!), but it certainly would be epic if that is the case.

And this video of Gadot sprinting down the street as Wonder Woman shows off just how seriously she's taking the role. It looks like she basically became a superhero. We wouldn't want to get in her way.

Production only recently started, so keep your eyes peeled for more videos and photos from set in the future... eh, past.

(via CNET)