Pop Culture Fix: Here’s Hoping Steve Trevor Stays Dead in “Wonder Woman 3”

It’s that weird holigay Monday that doesn’t exist! But here is your Pop Culture Fix, which definitely does exist! 

+ The CW has released the synopsis for the first episode of Batwoman season two. (Major spoilers!)

+ Wonder Woman had the biggest box office opening of the pandemic (WHY ARE ANY OF YOU GOING TO MOVIE THEATERS????) And so Wonder Woman 3 is already in the works.

+ 😌

+ This T’Nia Miller profile in The Guardian is the most substantial interview with her I’ve ever read!

+ The year reality collapsed into pixels.

+ Laverne Cox hopes Promising Young Woman encourages conversations about consent.

+ Vogue Zoomed with Mackenzie Davis to talk about Happiest Season and “San Junipero.”

+ Vanity Fair goes inside Viola Davis’ “swaggering transformation” into Ma Rainey.

+ Amazon’s first non-binary rom-com is a ‘refreshing’ queer Christmas musical extravaganza.

+ Ariana DeBose says starring in The Prom was “incredibly cathartic.” 

+ Netflix’s Bridgerton has a gay sex problem.

+ 2020 changed what TV is for.

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Heather Hogan

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior editor who lives in New York City with her wife, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Twitter and Instagram.

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  1. Lovely lil interview with Mackenzie Davis. Does she explicitly identify as queer? I thought I might have missed that. Would be amazing if so! But I appreciate her role choices nonetheless :)

  2. Also! I haven’t watched Bridgerton yet but was hoping it would somehow help ease my pain re: Harlots being cancelled. Now I’m kinda bummed. I absolutely loved how sexuality in that era was explored in Harlots (even with Season 3’s bizarre omission of multiple characters and queer storylines from Season 2…)

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