Wonder Woman On Track to Become Warner Brothers' Third Biggest Film Ever

  • Wonder Woman On Track to Become Warner Brothers' Third Biggest Film Ever

Wonder Woman On Track to Become Warner Brothers' Third Biggest Film Ever

The article further notes that Lynda Carter has discussed a possible appearance in Wonder Woman 2 with director Patty Jenkins. Women were inspired by Carter's portrayal of the female superhero in the 1970s all the way up to present day and now new generations of younger fans are being introduced to the character through the work of Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot.

Convinced that she can stop the threat, Diana leaves her home for the first time.

She added, "Am I open to it?"

I've made no secret of how bad I think the plans for Warner Bros' forthcoming Wonder Woman sequel are. "But we'll just see how that goes", she said.

Thankfully, the actresses believes there's still a chance she could make a cameo in the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel instead.

"She has been like a sister to us on this journey", the filmmaker told The Associated Press. The Mexican-American beauty has always been very vocal about the Wonder Woman franchise and the positive impact it has had on women. "We are a continuation of a vision and a dream of a great character'". Thanks for the excitement but that wasn't a confirmation. One critic from The National Review said that, "Jenkins is not an action director; clearly, she was hired only as a politically correct token", while a profile for The Hollywood Reporter described the director as being "a big gamble for Warner Bros". "It's so much more than some comic book character, because we identify with it", she said. Fighting alongside men in a war to end all wars, she finally discovers her full powers and true destiny.

Gal Gadot takes on the titular Amazonian princess in the film but Lynda Carter's take on the role back in the 70s TV series of the same name was also hugely popular. "We are half the world, and we want to be represented as half the world".