*all the gang be adventurin through Dracula’s castle*
Alucard: “What the fuck are you eating?…”
Trevor: *still chewing* “Wall chicken.”
Trevor: *whips at wall* *entire roasted chicken falls from the brick* “Wall chicken.”
Alucard: “WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK DAD?!?!”
So Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor are a couple, and Batman and Catwoman are a couple, and its possible that eventually, Wonder Woman and Batman will be a couple, but never forget that Steve Trevor and Catwoman were a couple once as well:
JENKINS AND GADOT ARE CONTRACTUALLY OBLIGED TO DIRECT/STAR IN WONDER WOMAN 2. THE ARTICLE ALSO STATES THAT JENKINS WANTS TO FILM A LIMITED TV SERIES STARRING CHRIS PINE’S STEVE TREVOR!!
“And if it all goes according to plan, Jenkins is more than ready to return to the character for a contemporary-set Wonder Woman sequel (she and Gadot are contractually committed to a second film). Not that Jenkins wants to limit herself just to tentpoles. She’s also hoping to squeeze in a limited TV series based on something her husband wrote — maybe starring Chris Pine, who plays Lyle Waggoner’s old role, Steve Trevor, in Wonder Woman — before returning (fingers crossed) to Paradise Island for another go.”
It was still too hot. No matter how he tried to move the faucet handle, he couldn’t get the water anywhere near a comfortable temperature.
Not to mention he was still trying to wrap his mind around the fact that he’d somehow…some way…ended up alive. And in the future.
Far in the future. Almost a hundred years in the future.
He couldn’t think about that. So he concentrated on how to work the shower. He’d be damned if he was going to call Alfred in here again to show him how it worked. He prided himself on his ability to figure things out.
He’d disarmed bombs before. He could adjust the temperature of water.
title: send me an angel (so I can be a human again) category: wonder woman; dceu ship: diana prince/steve trevor summary:
Diana’s not sure what to do with the weight of her history, especially when it comes back to her in the form of an amnesiac Steve Trevor, who is apparently, not as dead as she thought he was.
Diana remembers Clark’s death a few months back. She remembers the awful, sinking feeling of watching someone be killed. She remembers bearing the brunt of his weight so that Lois could collapse next to him, unable to stand with the weight of her grief. Mostly, though, she remembers Lois’s speech at his funeral, as she wore a wedding ring he’d never had the chance to give her. About what he said to her before he sacrificed himself. You are my world. I love you.
She closes her eyes, remembers Steve’s words before he did the same thing. I wish we had more time. I love you.
There’s a guilt that tugs at her, almost, for not being able to hear him. She knows it isn’t her fault, and at the same time she wonders if he blamed her. If, as he was walking away towards the plane, he thought she didn’t love him back.