24 July, 2017
The news was announced overnight at San Diego Comic Con during a Warner Bros. panel, and makes sense, given that Wonder Woman is the studio's third-biggest release of all time, behind only The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises. It doesn't matter that the film's (highly-talented) director is a woman.
As superhero movies are routinely led my male characters, Wonder Woman's appearance as part of the Justice League, and following on from the major success of her solo movie, is so important.
Wonder Woman is getting a sequel.
Wonder Woman took her victory lap at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend.
As of Sunday, the superhero pic is now the highest-grossing film of the summer with $398 million from North American theaters, and the sequel is official.
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She added: "She's Wonder Woman". Wonder Woman takes place at the end of World War I. At the time of this publishing, it's unclear if Jenkins will return to direct.
No further details were revealed about "Wonder Woman II", but star Gal Gadot joined Ben Affleck (Batman), Ezra Miller (Flash), Ray Fisher (Cyborg) and Jason Momoa (Aquaman), to present the latest trailer for November's "Justice League" movie, which will unite the DC superheroes.
"I'm working right now on the Wonder Woman 2 script". Thus, it's quite possible he won't get the main writing credit for Wonder Woman 2 and is just formulating the broader story ideas.