Patty Jenkins Wants to Return for Contemporary Wonder Woman 2

Wonder Woman is a breath of fresh air in an over-saturated superhero market and breaks down some proverbial walls in the process.

Facebook/WonderWomanfilmThere is no end-credits scene in "Wonder Woman". Then came the trailers for WONDER WOMAN.

Wonder Woman takes place during the first World War, while Batman v Superman (in which the character had her first cinematic appearance) has a contemporary setting. I also wanted her blessing and I wanted her to know we're not here to do the "new" Wonder Woman.

Fans will definitely want to see more of the Amazonian princess (played by Gal Gadot), and while they'll get that in the upcoming Justice League film (set to release November 17), audiences will no doubt appreciate a more focused handling of Diana Prince, which further solo films can only provide. The super-hyped superhero flick she's headlining is the best-reviewed film in Warner Brothers's entire DC Comics canon and it's already raked in $11 million in Thursday night box office. However, that should not deter you from enjoying the great action film that is "Wonder Woman".

After viewing the first Wonder Woman film, would you like to see Gal Gadot return for another film starring the iconic DC heroine? Roven says he and the crew "hope it continues on", and that he would look forward to working with director Patty Jenkins again.

Talking to Cinemablend, Wonder Woman producer Charles Roven seems to back up this conclusion. (I know I just said that sometimes I like being disappointed, but I want to clarify that I did not mean sexually.) That said, I really did like it when Diana ran around in her little outfit, and by the end of the film, when her face was flushed and she'd finished gabbing about world peace or whatever, I felt this wonderful sense of security, and pride-inside my trousers, I still had a semi-solid chub. "This time around, we did a lot of adjustments because I had to wear it for six months, six days a week, every week, so I had to feel really comfortable in it and be able to perform and move and fight".

  • Salvatore Jensen