Acclaimed Director Patty Jenkins Reported to be in Final Negotiations to Return to Director’s Chair for WONDER WOMAN 2
As DC’s WONDER WOMAN becomes the highest-grossing female-directed live action film, the biggest female directed debut and the most successful DCEU film ever, it has been announced that Acclaimed Director Patty Jenkins will return to the DCEU with WONDER WOMAN 2!
Ace Show Biz report that Jenkins is close to signing a deal with Warner Bros to step back into the director's chair.
Whilst Wonder Woman 2 was officially confirmed at the Comic-Con, Jenkins' involvement beyond writing the Gal Gadot starring film hadn’t been confirmed, however word is that Jenkins is in negotiations about her salary after Wonder Woman became a hit, which is why the deal has been delayed.
Wonder Woman 2 is set for a December 2019 release, with DC Guru Geoff Johns providing the screenplay with Chris Pine reported to return as Steve Trevor and Hollywood legend Geena Davis has shown interest in joining the superhero epic telling Variety "Certainly Wonder Woman needed to be made, and I'm so beyond thrilled with how it came out.
I met Patty Jenkins and I told her, 'I'm sure you're going to make a sequel and if you need anybody Amazonian, there's always me. I'm available’.”
Talking about Wonder Woman, she added “I loved it, and I want to do more of those films. My dream goal would be to have a streaming show where I could be a badass."
WONDER WOMAN COMES TO BLU-RAY AND DVD ON OCTOBER 9