"Wonder Woman: 1984" leading lady Gal Gadot announced that filming has wrapped up on the upcoming sequel. Deadline reported that Warner Bros. and DC Films got to work on a sequel as soon as the first film gained rave reviews and earned more than $800 million at the box office. The success has made Gal Gadot the leading lady of the DC Extended Universe.

Warner Bros. succeeded in bringing the entire cast and crew back for the sequel. Patty Jenkins signed on to direct after lengthy negotiations. The signing of Chris Pine surprised fans, despite "Wonder Woman 1984" taking places decades after the first film.

The sequel also added some high profile actors/actresses through Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal. There have been very few leaked set photos or videos.

Gal Gadot took to Instagram to announce filming is complete

Gadot took to her Instagram on Sunday to announce that filming had wrapped up. She shared three photos from the filming. Two show Gadot in her Wonder Woman costume, and the third one is a behind-the-scenes photo of Gadot having a conversation with Jenkins. Gadot also shared a heartfelt caption to express how it felt filming the sequel.

"Wonder Woman 1984" began filming last June, meaning production lasted a little over six months. Surprisingly, every look of the film made available featured Gadot and Pine together.

This includes official images released by Jenkins and unofficial photos of the set.

We Got This Covered reports that Gadot praised the cast and crew and singled out Patty Jenkins for leading the team. Gal Gadot said she is excited for the fans to see what the cast and crew have been working on for so long. According to Gadot, they ended up filming in 3 countries and worked with 1,000 crew members who came to set every day.

'Wonder Woman 1984' release delayed

While production is complete, fans will have to wait a while for a trailer. Warner Bros. originally scheduled "Wonder Woman 1984" for a November 2019 release, but they were forced to push it back to June 2020. It's more likely we will see a trailer next summer. The first "Wonder Woman" became the highest-grossing film of summer 2017, earning $412 million domestically and $821 million worldwide.

Since fans have to wait a while to see the next chapter, fans can head to the theaters in the meantime and watch "Aquaman." "Aquaman" has been doing a good job of anchoring the DC Extended Universe, meaning "Aquaman" might end up with a sequel of his own. Fans will also have the chance to see "Shazam" when it releases April 5, 2019.