Patty Jenkins Has 'Two More Stories' For 'Wonder Woman' Saga


We are officially on the Wonder Woman 1984 release countdown, the highly anticipated follow-up to the 2017 debut Wonder Woman feature.

"The original ending of the first movie was smaller too, but the studio made me change it at the last minute".

One more familiar face also stole the spotlight in a big way, showing up for the movie's bonus scene to tug at those nostalgia-loving heartstrings. "I know that I'd love to do the third one if the circumstances were right and there was still a theatrical model possible", she noted.

Wonder Woman 1984 will be released on December 25 in theaters and on HBO Max and is the first of Warner Bros. films for the next year that will release day-and-date in theaters and on the streaming service. (2019) couldn't shake that stigma or reignite the enthusiasm that Wonder Woman had garnered. For so long, I figured that the Steve we saw in WW84 was going to be a gift to her from the gods, but sadly, it was just Diana's own wish when she happened to touch the dream stone brought to life. But what I love about both Wonder Woman and Wonder Woman 1984 is that they show her sacrifice and what she's willing to do for the greater good.

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Jenkins also noted how grateful she feels to have a relationship with Carter, 69, who starred as the superhero in the Wonder Woman TV series from 1976 to 1979. Wiig also spoke about her bond with Gal Gadot and stated, "We really hit it off, much to the crew's dismay because we were making up songs and singing and laughing all the time..." Luckily, Wonder Woman 1984 will have an ending Jenkins can get behind. Now that you all have seen the movie, how did it end?

Nola Ojomu of Metro praised Gadot, 35, for her portrayal of Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, writing in her review that the actress "once again dazzles in the role, projecting every moment of strength and struggle Diana faces when challenges come her way". But even the star doesn't know if the film will get greenlit, telling the entertainment news outlet that "We'll have to wait and see".

Gal Gadot certainly wants to find out, telling Variety that a third film would provide some closure to Diana's story.