Patty Jenkins Isn't Signed On To Direct 'Wonder Woman 2' Yet

Posted June 22, 2017

"Wonder Woman", starring Gal Gadot, has smashed worldwide box-office records for a woman-directed and woman-superhero film. By focusing on simply and effectively telling Diana of Themyscira's origins, it was able to be a much more satisfying film that told a complete story.

"I just wanted to take a moment and thank you for making this the most wonderful and craziest weekend I've had in my life", she said.

But Jenkins's success with Wonder Woman - critically and commercially - makes her locking her down for the sequel a surer bet than Ayer or even Snyder.

The Rock also took to Twitter to share his happiness for his homegirl Gadot after Wonder Woman's success.

While some might see that as a bad sign, it's actually positive news that the first female director of a DC film is still in negotiations regarding the next installment. Patty Jenkins was already reflecting on where she'll send our hero in future adventures when she spoke with them in April, saying, "The story will take place in the United States, which I think is right", she said.

Wonder Woman is in theaters now. Naturally with the popularity of Wonder Woman "Gal Gadot" searches are going through the roof.

Some of you may remember that I used to do movie reviews for our sister publication, Let's Go. "It's a attractive story to tell, an important time to tell it and with people that I love".

Despite all of that, I feared that maybe the world wasn't ready for a movie like Wonder Woman.

"A lot of girls tell me how they looked up to her, " Renee said.

If you're wavering about whether to see Wonder Woman, who are you and have you been planning some nefarious villainy on a planet far, far away?

Of course, because we can't get enough of Gal Gadot's fierceness, there is already chatter of a Wonder Woman sequel in the works.

#VinDiesel posted a picture of himself alongside Gadot on Instagram, letting her know how proud he was of Wonder Woman's incredible record-breaking weekend.