wonder woman 2
Gal Gadot is taking a stance against sexual harassment by refusing to sign on for the sequel unless Warner Bros. cuts its ties with Ratner's production company.
Director Patty Jenkins discusses bridging the gender pay gap and James Cameron's widely publicized criticisms of Wonder Woman.
Count Robin Wright among those who would love to see Antiope return in the Wonder Woman sequel.
The Expendables scribe Dave Callaham will work on the script for 2019's Wonder Woman 2 alongside director Patty Jenkins and Geoff Johns.
Director Patty Jenkin teases Wonder Woman 2 will be a tonally different film that sets Gal Gadot's superhero loose in the world.
After months of rumors about her return, Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins is set to receive a massive payday for the sequel.
DC Entertainment President and Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns has indicated he's begun writing the Wonder Woman 2 script.
According to a new report, the Wonder Woman sequel will take place in the 1980s and star Chris Pine in some capacity.
Patty Jenkins clarifies that although she's still excited and hopeful, she hasn't yet reached an agreement to direct the Wonder Woman sequel.
Contrary to an earlier report, Patty Jenkins apparently isn't yet signed on to helm a Wonder Woman sequel. However, talks are expected to begin soon.
With the warrior princess' first outing a rousing critical and commercial success, Patty Jenkins already has her eyes set on Diana's next adventure.