Almost immediately after Wonder Woman 1984‘s release, Warner Bros. greenlit a sequel, which director Patty Jenkins has been steadily teasing for the past year. But while plans are always in motion, Jenkins has some tantalizing hints about where Wonder Woman 3 could go.
Spoilers for Wonder Woman 1984 follow.
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After debuting Wonder Woman 1984 simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max, Warner Bros. Pictures has quickly given the greenlight to Wonder Woman 3 with Gal Gadot returning as the DC Comics superhero and Patty Jenkins returning to direct the sequel. Read More »
Wonder Woman 1984 finally arrives later this week, but what about Wonder Woman 3? Will director Patty Jenkins return to craft a trilogy?
Jenkins, who recently revealed that she has put the development of a third Wonder Woman movie on pause, suggests in a new interview that she might not make Wonder Woman 3 unless a theatrical model exists – and presumably exists in such a way that’s more in line with the robust model of years past instead of the limp, scattershot, life-support existence of movie theaters as they’ve been during 2020. Read More »
Director Patty Jenkins brought life back into the DC Extended Universe with Wonder Woman. Armed with the fierce Gal Gadot in the lead role, the movie was a shining beacon of hope that not every DC Comics movie needed to be gritty and gloomy. If the trailers are any indicator, Wonder Woman 1984 will continue to brighten up the DC universe, but unfortunately, whenever Wonder Woman 3 rolls around, it may mark the end of Patty Jenkins’ involvement in the franchise. Read More »
Wonder Woman took us back to World War I. Wonder Woman 1984 is set to take us on back to the ’80s. So it would seem apparent that director Patty Jenkins would set the still-unconfirmed Wonder Woman 3 in another time period in the past, right? Not so. Jenkins, who recently suggested that third Wonder Woman movie would be her last, wants to finally bring Diana to the present. But, as we learn more Wonder Woman 3 details from both Jenkins and co-star Chris Pine, Gal Gadot‘s Diana will probably be heading to the future alone.
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Patty Jenkins helped turn Wonder Woman into one of the most lucrative and critically acclaimed properties for Warner Bros., shepherding the studio’s DC Extended Universe into a new era. That earned her the highest paycheck for a female director in Hollywood, and name recognition that extends beyond even the Wonder Woman series.
And while we wait in eager anticipation for Jenkins to return to the Amazonian princess with Wonder Woman 1984, the director is already looking to the future with her plans for the third, and possibly Jenkins’ final, Wonder Woman film. Jenkins revealed that she has already started thinking about Wonder Woman 3, which could bring to an end her trilogy of movies.
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