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WONDER WOMAN Sequel Update from Patty Jenkins

WONDER WOMAN Sequel Update from Patty Jenkins

Director Patty Jenkins has single handedly saved the DCEU, thanks to the spectacular work she and Gal Gadot did on Wonder Woman. No shade at any of the other DCEU movies, I rather like Man of Steel myself, flaws and all, but none of the previous three films have been both commercial and critical home runs, until Jenkins came in and saved the day. Now, thanks to her efforts, we have a legit classic in Wonder Woman, and proof that a DC Comics based film can be just as good as anything that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has to offer.

But now the question on everyone’s minds is “Will Patty Jenkins return for a Wonder Woman sequel?” With the film raking in the box office dough, it’s not a question now of whether there will be a sequel or not, but simply when. Can Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot make magic together again, or will Warner Brothers replace her?

While appearing on Conan O’Brien’s show this week, the director seemed pretty optimistic about her return to the world of the Amazons, telling Conan “We’re working on it. I hope to, I love it, I love the world, and we’re all really excited about it.”

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Hopefully, the folks at Warner Brothers realize what an incredible asset Jenkins has been for them, and give her the raise (and creative control) she deserves for her second go round with Diana Prince. And hopefully, Jenkins can find a way to fit in some more classic Wonder Woman villains into the story. I know I’m dying to see Diana take on the likes of foes like Cheetah and Circe for the sequel, and maybe get a little invisible plane action in there while we’re at it. If anyone can make those things work on film and not seem silly, it’ll be Patty Jenkins.

What are your thoughts on Jenkins returning for a Wonder Woman sequel? Chime in with your thoughts in the comments down below.

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