Patty Jenkins has confirmed a third ‘Wonder Woman’ film will "probably" never be made.

The 52-year-old director had helmed the Gal Gadot-starring superhero movie in 2017 and its sequel ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, but has now admitted another entry into the series is unlikely to happen because Warner Bros. "aren’t interested" in making any more movies in the franchise “for the time being”.

During an appearance on Max's ‘Talking Pictures Podcast’, Patty was asked if a third ‘Wonder Woman’ flick was definitely off the table, and she said: “Yeah, for the time being, but probably easily forever.

“They’re [Warner Bros.] not interested in doing any ‘Wonder Woman’ for the time being.”

The director had been working on a third movie in the series, but it was pushed aside after James Gunn and Peter Safran took over DC Studios and decided to reboot the superhero cinematic universe.

Patty wished the pair well and admitted overhauling the DC franchise was no “easy task”.

She said: “It’s not an easy task, what’s going on with DC.

“James Gunn and Peter Safran have to follow their own heart into their own plans. I don’t know what they’re planning on doing and why… I have sympathy for what a big job it is.”

In 2020, Patty had been announced as working on ‘Star Wars: Rogue Squadron’, but she departed the film due to her commitments to the third ‘Wonder Woman’ motion picture.

However, since the superhero flick has now been shelved, the filmmaker is back working with Lucasfilm and is currently writing a script for the sci-fi movie.

She explained: “So, when I left Star Wars to do ‘Wonder Woman 3’, and I started working on that, we talked about, ‘Well, maybe I’ll come back to ‘Star Wars’ after ‘Wonder Woman 3’, so we started a deal for that to happen.

“When ‘Wonder Woman 3’ then went away, Lucasfilm and I were like, ‘Oh, we’ve got to finish this deal.’ We finished the deal right as the strike was beginning, so I now owe a draft of ‘Star Wars’. So we will see what happens there. Who knows?”