Patty Jenkins to Return for 'Wonder Woman' Sequel Set in Modern Day

"Ok people, I just left the theater and KNOW for CERTAIN that the GODS have seen fit to BLESS us with #WONDERWOMAN", Nyong'o wrote.

It's official: Wonder Woman has proven to be a hit, showing that it is actually possible for a DCEU movie to be a crowd-pleaser after all. Wonder Woman is the first to feature the DC Comics and feminist icon as a main character on the big screen.

Superhero Hype reports that Warner Bros. Director Patty Jenkins, who is planning to come back for a sequel, said that doing another period film was always the plan for a Wonder Woman 2.

Have you seen Wonder Woman yet? Despite that, comments from DC cinematic universe producer Charles Roven and Jenkins herself aren't as sure. While I am not raising girls in my house, I can imagine that for parents of young girls, a movie like Wonder Woman is something they're excited to be able to see and talk about.

Wonder Woman ends at the end of World War I, which is nearly 100 years before Diana's reappearance in Batman v Superman.

"Wonder Woman's" Thursday night haul is comparable to "Guardians of the Galaxy", which brought in $11.2 million from pre-shows on its way to $94.3 million.

The studio already has an ambitious slate of films in the pipeline: Justice League is set to release in November, Aquaman is now in production and scheduled to hit theaters December 2018, while WB also has plans for Batman, Batgirl, Nightwing, and Gotham City Sirens movies.

"It's definitely something I'm very, very, very interested in".

What do you think about "Wonder Woman" not having a post-credit scene?

"And if it all goes according to plan, Jenkins is more than ready to return to the character for a contemporary-set Wonder Woman sequel (she and Gadot are contractually committed to a second film)", the article reads.

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  • Salvatore Jensen