Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins, who also helm the first installment in 2017, went on to state in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter at the Sundance Film Festival, that the third installment to the Wonder Woman series starring Gal Gadot, will not be a period piece.
Jenkins goes on to say in the interview that she’s not set on what she wants the third installment to be, that she’s not dying nor pining to do a period piece, as she feels like the next movie needs to move forwards for the character and story.
In the interview Jenkins also speaks on if she would like to direct a Justice League movie, in which she doesn’t seem to kin on the idea due to having to take on all the characters at the same time. She also goes on to say she hopes we don’t see a Justice League movie for awhile, as she would like to see more origin movies.
But then she ends her statement by saying she should never say never to the idea of maybe directing the Justice League sequel, but at the moment she believes its best to allow the characters to shine on their own.
Wonder Woman 1984 is set to release in theaters on June 5, 2020.
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