The filmmaker teases an thought for a 3rd collaboration with Gal Gadot: “I am not planning to place it previously once more, as a result of the place are you going to go?”
Wonder Woman has already fought in World War I, and in subsequent yr's Wonder Woman 1984, she will head to the 1980s.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins has an thought the place a 3rd installment might go after that, and in a departure for the collection, she doesn’t count on Wonder Woman three to be set previously.
"I'm not set, however I'm not dying one other interval piece," Jenkins informed The Hollywood Reporter's Brian Porreca at Sundance Saturday.
Jenkins referenced a THR piece revealed Friday suggesting that Wonder Woman three ought to go to the longer term, and she or he appeared receptive to the thought.
"It's positively one of many issues we talked about," mentioned Jenkins. "I'm not planning to place it previously once more, as a result of the place are you going to go? You need to go ahead. It's positively a up to date story. That's all I can say. Where we put it and the way that will get discovered, I haven't completely nailed down."
Gadot's Wonder Woman has been seen in up to date settings in 2016's Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and 2017's Justice League.
Warner Bros.' DC cinematic universe had its first unequivocal success with 2017's Wonder Woman, which was successful with critics and earned $821.eight globally. The DC movie universe lately celebrated its first $1 billion grosser with James Wan's Aquaman. Fans have referred to as for Jenkins or Wan to doubtlessly direct a new Justice League film, however Jenkins says helming a DC group film is just not on the horizon for her.
"The Justice League film, I discover these films to be extraordinarily difficult. I feel they’re unbelievable when they’re effectively carried out," mentioned Jenkins. "But taking up all of these characters on the identical time within the timeline … I kind of hope that we don't do a Justice League film for a short while, as a result of I'm excited to see all of their films. I wish to see Aquaman 2, I wish to see Flash.
She added: "Never say by no means, however I feel everybody ought to have their second to shine."
Jenkins was at Sundance selling her TNT collection I Am the Night, which premieres Monday. Wonder Woman 1984 opens June 5, 2020.
This article was initially revealed by The Hollywood Reporter.