Wonder Woman 1984 flickers next year on the cinema screens. But already, director Patty Jenkins has plans for the future. On the one hand, she already knows what Wonder Woman 3 is all about. On the other hand, she also announced that she is working on a spin-off. In Wonder Woman 1984, we once again see Gal Gadot as a lasso-wielding superheroine. The sequel to the 2017 movie hit takes us on a journey into the colorful eighties. Among them are boxes Wiig as Barbara Minerva aka Cheetah and Pedro Pascal as Maxwell Lord. Two worthy opponents will make life difficult for the DC-Amazon. Also in the party is Patty Jenkins, who again takes over the role as a director. Jenkins also seems to know exactly in which direction the franchise should go next.
While fans around the world are eagerly awaiting the launch of Wonder Woman 84, Jenkins and Galdot already know what's coming next. In fact, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the director said, "We actually already have the entire story of Wonder Woman 3 and a little more, because there's going to be a spin-off to the Amazons, we've already worked it out."
A catch is that the waiting time between part 2 and 3 is longer than between the first two films. After all, Warner Bros. had already given the sequel the green light, so that Jenkins could get down to business immediately. So there was no real break between the first two Wonder Woman strips. This should not happen again in the future.
"I think what we really do not want to do anymore is to shoot straight in. It was great to put these two films together so quickly, but it's also important to have a break in between, I think Galad has other obligations, I do not want to make decisions too far in advance, we'll have to wait and see if we're going to do the film we do want to do, "says Jenkins.
So, before we can count on the third film and spin-off, it will take some more time. On the 11th of June 2020, the long-awaited DC sequel Wonder Woman 1984 awaits us. The trailer can now be found in this text in our video player.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter