Most importantly, the Wonder Woman sequel will chart at least some of the time between the first movie and Diana's present day activities alongside Batman, Superman, and the Justice League. Jenkins herself even mentioned she'd be excited to direct the follow-up.
But the opening weekend for "Wonder Woman" is an achievement for female filmmakers and for the industry, says Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at comScore. Jenkins had teased in an interview that "The story will take place in the USA, which I think is right", she continued, "She's Wonder Woman".
Now Gal has taken to social media to express her profound gratitude to fans for turning Wonder Woman into such a huge success.
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"Hey you guys, it's me, it's Gal", she begins.
The Patty Jenkins-directed film hit theaters on Friday and became a critical and box office success, breaking records for the biggest opening weekend for a film directed by a woman. Our guess is that these negotiations will happen in short order, and that we'll have confirmation on Jenkins' return shortly thereafter. On "The Tonight Show", Jimmy Fallon asked Gadot her delightful story about the audition, but ended up getting a full demonstration of how they used green screen magic for some of the reshot action scenes when Gadot was five months pregnant.
And although Patty isn't sure about the cast for the sequel just yet, she's certain she wants the movie to be set in America. Wonder Woman is a ideal example of that. It's received praise from critics and audiences alike while also proving that DC and Warner Bros can make a good movie.
"Globally this property has just resonated with fans", Warner Bros distribution chief Jeff Goldstein said of Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman possesses typical feminine emotional qualities like empathy, but she also flips tanks and liberates villages that whole armies of World War One soliders couldn't save.