Despite Gal Gadot’s claim that James Gunn and Peter Safran had greenlit the project, Wonder Woman 3 will not be moving forward in the rebooted DC Universe. Development on the movie was announced in 2019 and was eventually greenlit in 2020. However, director Patty Jenkins was removed from the project after Gunn and Safran restructured the DC Extended Universe. According to sources from Variety, Wonder Woman 3 is not currently in development at DC Studios, and there are no plans for any other Wonder Woman projects in the new DC Universe other than their previously announced Paradise Lost prequel series for Max. Despite Gadot’s recent interview with Flaunt Magazine, where she claimed that Gunn and Safran planned to move forward with the third Wonder Woman film, it seems that this is not the case.
Sadly, there will be no Wonder Woman 3 in the rebooted DC Universe, despite initial claims by Gal Gadot that the project had been greenlit by studio heads James Gunn and Peter Safran. Gadot expressed her love for the character and shared that she had heard from the studio heads that they would be developing the third installment together. However, it was later reported that director Patty Jenkins, who helmed the first two films, rejected the studio’s notes on her treatment for the sequel, leading to her exit from the project. Warner Bros. CEOs Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy rejected Jenkins’ treatment and did not plan to move forward with the film in its current iteration. Despite attempts to change direction, Jenkins refused and accused the executives of not understanding her vision for the franchise. It’s a disappointing turn of events for fans of the beloved superhero.
Despite a recent discussion with Flaunt Magazine, during which Gadot reassured fans that Gunn and Safran had plans to proceed with the third installment of Wonder Woman, the actress is now featured on the cover of a magazine wearing Ferragamo and Tiffany & Co. in a stunning fashion shoot.
According to multiple sources, it seems that there are currently no plans for a third installment of Wonder Woman in development at DC Studios. Additionally, the individuals behind the Paradise Lost prequel series for Max, Gunn and Safran, are not currently working on any other projects related to Wonder Woman in the new DC Universe.
Different perspective: In an interview with Flaunt, Gadot shared her positive experience in a meeting with James Gunn and Peter Safran. She mentioned that the two filmmakers reassured her by saying that she was “in the best hands” and that they would collaborate with her in developing Wonder Woman 3. Gadot also expressed her gratitude for their support and admiration for her portrayal of the iconic superhero.
According to her, the duo assured her by saying “Don’t worry, everything will be fine” and followed it up with “Only time can tell.”
Voluptuous: The celebrity showed off her ample chest while striking a fierce pose.
In the latest magazine photos, the star looks absolutely stunning. According to an insider, Jenkins stood up for herself and the character when the team misunderstood her intentions. Gadot first played the DC Comics superhero in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, following in the footsteps of Lynda Carter from the Wonder Woman TV series that aired from 1975 to 1979. The first Wonder Woman movie was released in 2017, earning an impressive $103 million in its opening weekend and a total of $822 million worldwide. Gadot reprised her role in the 2017 movie Justice League alongside Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Jason Momoa. However, due to COVID-19, the 2020 sequel, Wonder Woman 1984, did not perform as well as its predecessor, only earning $169.6 million worldwide with its simultaneous release on the HBO Max streaming service.
Jenkins was the director of the initial two films featuring Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and they were recently spotted filming for their upcoming movie, Wonder Woman 1984 (2020).
In 2017, the first Wonder Woman movie made its debut and was a huge success, raking in $103 million during its opening weekend and grossing $412 million domestically and $822 million worldwide. The film starred Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and received an impressive 88% rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. However, the sequel didn’t quite measure up to the original, only earning a 58% rating from critics. Gadot also reprised her role as Wonder Woman in Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League, which was released on HBO Max that same year. Recently, she made a cameo appearance as the iconic character in Shazam! Fury Of The Gods.