The good news is that it does seem Patty Jenkins will direct Wonder Woman 2 and even have more leverage and say about the next movie which will star Gal Gadot. I mean, it's attractive and powerful, and also so sad, because he's dead, and also he won't be back for Wonder Woman 2! Wonder Woman is a ideal example of that.
In June 2017, Wonder Woman producer Charles Roven said, "I know I've got to take her from the end of World War I to someplace". But the reason for the tears is actually lovely. But Wonder Woman is by far the biggest film on her resume, in terms of production budget and pop culture significance.
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It is not uncommon for major movie franchises to hire a different director for individual films, though the superhero genre can find their helmers irreplaceable - like James Gunn, who pilots the $1.5 billion "Guardians of the Galaxy" franchise. It's pretty much like the MCU which tends to change directors when they think someone else could do a better job. She's Wonder Woman. She's got to come to America. "You made this movie what it is". You can read what she said below.
According to reports, "Wonder Woman" did not have many reshoot days, but there was one scene in particular director Patty Jenkins wanted something extra for after seeing a cut of the movie. Our guess is that these negotiations will happen in short order, and that we'll have confirmation on Jenkins' return shortly thereafter. And if you're like me, you'll want to see it a few times! "It's a handsome story to tell, an important time to tell it and with people that I love", the director explained.
Last week saw the release of Wonder Woman, the latest entry into the DCEU, and whilst some were initially skeptical about how well a female led superhero movie would do, the film actually exceeded all expectations, both critically and commercially.