The first installment in the DC hit-franchise is still fresh in our minds, but details are emerging about the sequel.
Wonder Woman may still be showing on the silver screen, but it seems as though the sequel to the hit film is already in the works with multiple reports that Diana Prince will again find herself in a war zone, this time in the 1980s Cold War. The rumours started courtesy of inside sources at ScreenRant, with suspicions being confirmed by The Wrap.
In amongst the rumours is also the news that Chris Pine could return as Steve Trevor in the second instalment of the franchise. No other news has been made available, but we already know that Patty Jenkins is working on the DC film with boss Geoff Johns.
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Patty Jenkins' superhero movie has highest domestic opening weekend for a female director.
It was only appropriate that a superhero movie as empowering as 'Wonder Woman' would be directed by a woman, and now Patty Jenkins has managed to make history with her film having the largest opening weekend ever for a female director. It's an important moment for feminism in the media.
Chris Pine and Gal Gadot in 'Wonder Woman'
'Wonder Woman' flew effortlessly to the top of the box office over the weekend and grossed $100.5 million in domestic ticket sales. It easily beat the previous record holder, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, which earned a comparatively meagre $85.2 million in its opening weekend.
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Jenkins' superhero movie debut is finally coming with 'Wonder Woman', but she discussed her departure from 'Thor: The Dark World' six years ago.
Ahead of its highly-anticipated cinematic release on Friday this week, Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins has spoken in a new interview about the pressures of directing such a major project, how she selects working on films and her departure from the Thor sequel nearly six years ago.
Jenkins’ debut helming a major superhero picture has been a very long time coming, having been at one time set to deliver the Marvel Cinematic Universe sequel Thor: The Dark World before quitting the project in December 2011, citing creative differences.
“There have been things that have crossed my path that seemed like troubled projects,” said Jenkins in a feature with The Hollywood Reporter, not referring to the project by name but it being rather obvious what she was talking about.
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The movie's director didn't even change the order of any scenes in the film.
Though three DC Extended Universe flicks - 'Man of Steel', 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' and 'Suicide Squad' have failed to ignite the passions of critics across the globe - it could be fourth time lucky for the company with the upcoming release of 'Wonder Woman', featuring Gal Gadot in the titular role and Patty Jenkins as director.
Gal Gadot and Chris Pine lead the charge in new DCEU flick, 'Wonder Woman'
Hitting cinemas at the end of next week, Jenkins has now teased a little more of what we should expect. In the past, major cuts have been made to DCEU films that have, for many, hampered the final product. Jenkins says that this won't be the case for 'Wonder Woman'.
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The director doesn't think she would have been able to do 'Wonder Woman' if she'd stuck with 'The Dark World'.
Patty Jenkins may be the director of upcoming DC Extended Universe release 'Wonder Woman', but what many people don't know is that she was working alongside Marvel Studios back in 2011, originally set to direct the 'Thor' sequel, 'Thor: The Dark World', otherwise known as 'Thor 2'.
Patty Jenkins is being praised for her work on 'Wonder Woman'
In the same year, she and the company parted way citing "creative differences", before Alan Taylor ('Game of Thrones') jumped on board to work on what the world knows today as the second standalone 'Thor' film. So is leaving those proceedings something Jenkins now regrets? Not a chance.
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Diana Prince is one of the Amazon warriors of Themyscira, a tribe of women with extraordinary power. There is no-one quite as extraordinary, however, as Diana herself. After being shown the noble Sword of Athena as a young girl, our heroine becomes determined to be the one who wields it, training in all areas of combat. When her incredible powers start to shine through, her mother Hippolyta does not want to tell her the truth about her creation. As oblivious as she is to the secrets of her birthright, she becomes determined to save the world after rescuing a marooned military pilot named Steve Trevor. When he informs her of the danger that her kind faces, she insists on going with him to win the war and save the world. Of course, London is hardly the place she wants to be, but she finds new friendships in Steve and his quirky secretary Etta Candy.
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The claims were made in an anonymous letter to Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara which was published online, Friday.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins has hit back a claims the upcoming film is a “mess”. In an anonymous letter to Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara published by Pajiba on Friday, a former employee described the movie as ‘another mess’ for the studio, while also hitting out at Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder.
Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman
“What are you even doing? I wish to God you were forced to live out of a car until you made a #1 movie of the year. Maybe Wonder Woman wouldn't be such a mess,” the anonymous letter read.
Diana is a princess and one of the best fighters on the island she was raised on. Her homeland was very different to what we know, it's a beautiful paradise inhabited only by women and Diana herself was brought to like by the mighty god Zeus. When a body washes up on the shore of the island, Diana cannot believe what she sees, a man has somehow found his way to their land and is in need of help.
Nursing the his back to help, the two bond and Diana learns that the man, an American pilot by the name of Steve Trevor was flying a plane when he crashed and found himself at her mercy. Steve regales many tail about the outside world and tells Diana of a catastrophic world war that's currently happening.
Moved by the pilot's stories, much to the dismay of the queen, Diana decides to leave her homeland and help fight with the Allies. The new outer world is a completely different place for Diana and she soon sees that life is very different for women outside of her normal environment. Demonstrating her fierce fighting method and lasso and sword skills, the superhero learns that her abilities are needed to protect the humans and must only be used for the greater good.
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Gadot is being directed by Patty Jenkins in 'Wonder Woman’s' first stand-alone movie.
Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot has dished on why she thinks it was important that a female director oversaw the heroine’s big screen debut. While more female directors are always needed in Hollywood, Gadot believes a woman behind the camera was particularly necessary for this film.
Gal Gadot has said it was important that Wonder Woman had a female director.
When asked how important was it for her that a woman direct the movie by Entertainment Weekly, Gadot said: “I think it’s important. It’s a story about a girl becoming a woman. I think only a woman, who has been a girl, can be able to tell the story in the right way.”
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Pine will play Steve Trevor, Wonder Woman’s love interest in the upcoming movie.
Chris Pine is gearing up for his role in the much anticipated Wonder Woman movie, which stars Gal Gadot as the super-heroine. Pine will play Steve Trevor, a military man and Wonder Woman’s love interest in the film, which the actor confirmed will be set during World War I.
Chris Pine will play Steve Trevor in the upcoming Wonder Woman movie.
"It’s a period we don’t see often; it’s usually World War II," Pine told the Toronto Sun. "Our costume design is incredible. We have scenes with, like, 500 extras all in period dress. I’d never been on a film with extras casting as beautifully done as it is here.”
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