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Commodores in Wonder Woman 1984

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The filmmaker(s) didn't even try to hide the labels! Commodores are definitely seen in medium shots of the new movie, Wonder Woman 1984. There appears to be a Commodore PET 8096SK, seen in the office of Barbara Minerva. That 8096SK is shown at least twice, because the movie comes back to her office at least twice. Later in the movie, a very squarish Commodore PET 8032 is seen running a spreadsheet.
program on its monitor.

Couldn't figure out what was running on the 8096SK,
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I noticed and was quite amused.

I recently saw a bunch of Commodore 64 in an episode of WandaVision too. There was text on the screen with the well known typeface of our beloved machine.
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One day I'll have to get together with someone who has Disney+ so I could see Wandavision. :) And the upcoming Falcon and Winter Soldier. And after that, Loki.

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About the room full of Commodore 64 shown in WandaVision...
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