Patty Jenkins Isn't Signed For Wonder Woman 2 Yet

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Gal Gadot is thanking her fans for an unbelievable weekend, where her movie Wonder Woman was a smash hit success - receiving rave reviews and earning over $100 million at the box office.

It's not a stretch to start hoping for more Wonder Woman movies, especially since the DC Multiverse is just starting to get its footing, as the upcoming Aquaman and movies are definitely highly anticipated. And if all of that wasn't enough, in 2012, Zehner wrote a 70-page report on why Wonder Woman deserved her own movie.

It's too early to know specifics, but here's what we know so far about the next chapter of Wonder Woman's story, besides whatever role she may play in the Justice League due to hit theaters this fall.

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Whether or not "Wonder Woman" was any good really wasn't at the top of my list of requirements for it.

"I feel like one of the most ironically sexist things that happened to women heroes for so long was that they had universal storytelling taken away from them". Much of the hullaballoo, however, comes from the assertion that Wonder Woman will empower women and encourage the positive "representation" of women that is supposedly so rare in Hollywood. ". (He's this) strong, gorgeous, fantastic male who shows vulnerability, who is in the presence of literally Wonder Woman, and holds his own space in the most respectable way, so it's challenging gender norms on both sides". They can have love, they can have vulnerability, they can have complexity. "He is a strong man with a strong woman, and shows vulnerability in a powerful way". ". We have different talents as men and women, but they're equally important and we're both equally capable". "He's also one of the best actors I've ever worked with". With Jenkins now a proven commodity, she could potentially demand a much higher payday to come back for another film.

"Wonder Woman" didn't have to be fantastic.