The trailer, which debuted on Sunday out of Brazil Comic-Con as part of a live-stream chat with Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot, showcases Diana's (Gadot) interactions with Dr. Barbara Minerva, aka Cheetah (Kristen Wiig), as well as her reunion with Steve Trevor (Chris Pine).
"My life hasn't been what you probably think it has. We all have our struggles," Diana says in the trailer.
"Have you ever been in love?" Barbara asks.
"A long, long time ago," Diana replies, reminiscing about her time with Steve. "You?"
"So many times, yeah," Barbara says in a way that only Wiig could deliver. "All the time."
The trailer then centers on Diana's emotional reunion with Steve, Maxwell Lord's (Pedro Pascal) seemingly shady business and, of course, Wonder Woman being the bullet-deflecting, lasso-ing, fierce warrior she is.
Wonder Woman 1984 will feature a time jump of several decades after the first film, catching up with Diana in a world that is drastically different from the World War I setting of the first film (during which Steve's plane blew up).
Gadot opened up about what fans can expect from the movie during Warner Bros.' Hall H presentation at San Diego Comic-Con in July. "It's not a sequel. It's its own story. It's a whole new movie," she said.
"The bar is very, very high, but our aspirations are even higher," the actress added. "We just give it everything that we have, really hoping that what we bring, you guys will love."
"I never want to do more of anything for the wrong reason," Jenkins agreed. "To me, it's an interesting experience to all be together again, making it, but it's not more of anything, even though it is evocative of all those things that happened last time."
Wonder Woman 1984 hits theaters on June 5, 2020. See more in the video below.