Patty Jenkins starts working on Wonder Woman sequel

There are many wonderful elements to the DC Universe, and one of them is that we have the best female characters, heroes and villains, in the world.

"I don't think that they're always necessary, but when they're good, when they're well made, and when they're in the right place I think they're an incredible part of the movie". I had so many "almost" [auditions].

However, Warner Bros. Pictures has not yet announced if Jenkins will direct the next "Wonder Woman" film.

Wonder Woman is in theaters now.

Patty Jenkins is cracking on with the highly-anticipated sequel. And so having that kind of comic book-style recap of the myth of Wonder Woman - you just saw the story but this is the myth of who she is - it felt like a really great way to be like "now she's this and this is her backstory!"

Despite these confirmations of her involvement, however, Warner Bros. Thankfully, you don't have to take my word for it.

"It will take place somewhere between 1917 and 2017", Emmerich said coyly. Thankfully, audiences did not disappoint in that regard, either. The film has completed its first-weekend run and becomes the top weekend grosser by beating the first-weekend collection of "Wonder Woman" at the box office which was holding a top rank for consecutive 2 weeks.

"[Greenhaus GFX] had these great war vignettes, but I was missing some of the positivity", Jenkins said.

So what we'd like to see is Patty Jenkins getting the same treatment.

Starring Gal Gadot, Wonder Woman passed the $600 million mark at the worldwide box office on Wednesday, finishing the day with a cume of $601.6 million, including $289.2 million domestically and $312.4 million internationally.

  • Salvatore Jensen