Pictures has roped in director Patty Jenkins to helm the sequel to "Wonder Woman", a source close to production confirms to CNN. (The film has a 2019 release date.) Jenkins' return, however, remained unclear as it was reported the director was seeking a pay raise, which she undoubtedly deserved given the film's massive success. And if previous reports are true, this has just made Jenkins the highest-paid female director in Hollywood. Geoff Johns revealed he was working closely with her to make Wonder Woman 2 zing.
Warner Bros. confirmed last month at Comic-Con that the hit would be getting a sequel come December 2019, and announced that star Gal Gadot would be reprising her role as Diana.
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In the bloopers, Gal can be seen dropping her ice cream, bumping into Pine several times and making silly faces with Jenkins between cuts.
Jenkins had already begun work on the script for a sequel before the official announcement that she would be directing it.
Wonder Woman is still playing in theaters.
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"Patty and I are writing the treatment right now. We've got a cool idea for the second one".
A sequel was greenlit nearly immediately after Wonder Woman surprised Hollywood with its extraordinary reviews and opening weekend, with star Gal Gadot set to return.
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