But it sounds like DC is sticking to what worked the first time: a period piece.
Wonder Woman has now grossed more than $369 million in North America, passing Deadpool's total domestic haul of $363 million. Gal Gadot will obviously return in the title role: his contract hires him on this sequence of adventures of the super-heroine!
After making waves across the globe, "Wonder Woman" has reached a new milestone. Both "Deadpool" and "Wonder Woman" are getting their respective sequels.
Wonder Woman 2 can't come soon enough, but at least details of its plot can.
However, it appears plans are already in motion with regards to the storyline for Wonder Woman 2. As an R-rated superhero movie starring a character few in the mainstream recognize, Deadpool seemed destined to fail when it hit theaters in the dead cold of February. If you haven't seen the movie and want to know why that might be surprising, read on after the jump.
While Jenkins makes sense as a director, bringing back Chris Pine as Steve Trevor doesn't. Because this would be way, way too Winter Soldier/Bucky Barnes-esque-a figure beloved to the hero secretly corrupted by the (Soviet) enemy. DC Films president Geoff Johns recently also confirmed that he's working on the story with Patty Jenkins.
Wonder Woman is now screening in cinemas.
So far, there is still no official news about "Wonder Woman 2;" thus, fans of the series will still have to wait for more updates. This is what I spend most of my time thinking about, people.