|Appeared in|| Wonder Woman|
Wonder Woman 1984
- "I can save today, you can save the world."
- ―Steve Trevor to Wonder Woman[src]
Steven "Steve" Trevor was an American agent who works for British intelligence and one of Wonder Woman's teammates as well as the lover of Diana during World War I.
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Lex Luthor found a photograph of Trevor with Wonder Woman from 1918, comparing the image to images from the modern day, identifying Diana as an immortal.
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- Diana Prince/Wonder Woman - Ally and lover.
- Sameer - Ally.
- Charlie - Ally.
- Chief Napi - Ally.
- Etta Candy - Ally; deceased.
- General Erich Ludendorff - Enemy; deceased.
- Isabel Maru/Doctor Poison - Enemy.
- DC Extended Universe (4 films)
Behind the scenes
- Chris Pine was previously considered for the role of Hal Jordan in the failed DCEU starter film Green Lantern.
- For his nude scene, Chris Pine wore Speedos that were later digitally removed.
- The photo of Chris Pine standing next to airplane at end of the movie is a photoshop of original Eddie Rickenbacker World War 1 ace.
- Liam Hemsworth and Alexander Skarsgård were both considered for the role of Steve Trevor before Chris Pine was cast.
- Steve's timepiece is a pocket watch, adapted with a leather case to be worn on the wrist. Pocket watches were the norm at the time (they were usually worn on a chain), but they proved to be impractical in front line action. Because timing was critical for coordinating large-scale action (such as the use of infantry maneuvers in conjunction with artillery barrages), soldiers began wearing timepieces on their wrists. This fashion spread to civilians after the war and adapted pocket watches into wristwatches, which became as the preferred fashion of timepieces in the 20th century.
- In the comics, Steve Trevor and Diana met in the Second World War (1939-45). However, in the film, they meet in the First World War (1914-18). The change in World Wars was made because the filmmakers thought that era was more suitable: "World War I was the first time that civilization as we know it was finding its roots, but it's not something that we really know the history of. In this world, there are questions about women's rights, about a mechanized war where you don't see who you are killing. It's such an interesting time."
- Steve Trevor sarcastically refers to Diana's island home of Themyscira as "Paradise Island." This was the original name for the island in the 1940s comics and the 1970s live action television series.
- Steve flies a short-range aeroplane from Turkey to Themyscira, suggesting that the island is in the eastern Mediterranean. In most comic books, Themyscira is somewhere in the Atlantic.