13 September, 2017
Reuters/Mario AnzuoniActress Gal Gadot poses at the premiere of "Wonder Woman" in Los Angeles, California U.S., May 25, 2017.
"Wonder Woman" had accomplished so much in the box office worldwide.
To this, "Wonder Woman" director, Jenkins responded through her Twitter saying that the film stands for all women all over the world.
Gal Gadot, meanwhile, is already signed up to play the superhero once again.
Patty Jenkins, wonder woman behind blockbuster hit "Wonder Woman", is all set to direct the superhero flick's highly-anticipated sequel after months of speculation. Recent reports have revealed that their wish was heard as director Patty Jenkins has agreed to take on the universe again in the temporarily titled, "Wonder Woman 2".
Pictures executive Jon Berg and DC Films representative Geoff Johns.
Jenkins overtook Phyllida Lloyd, who directed 2008's musical Mamma Mia! Before the deal was closed, Jenkins only had a contract for one film.
Even before the success of the superheroine movie, Patty Jenkins already had a bright reputation in Hollywood. The film is planned for release on December 13, 2019.
"Wonder Woman" had been an unexpected surprise in the box office as it successfully reached the $800 million mark internationally. She is tasked to work on the screenplay with Warner Bros. She famously wrote and directed the movie "Monster", starring Charlize Theron in an Oscar-winning role, in 2003. This feminist reawakening may also result in more women heading behind the camera after they get inspired with Patty Jenkins.