Wonder Woman just can’t stop being a wonderful blessing to the film industry.
Not only has it been one of this year’s most successful movies, it has become a global phenomenon that highlights female empowerment and further aim’s to push Hollywood towards making more female-led action films.
According to Deadline, Warner Bros. have offered Jenkin’s a well-deserved raise to make a follow-up to the film, which made just less than $800 at the box office. The studio’s deal will make Jenkin’s the highest-paid female director in Hollywood.
The sequel became official during Warner Bros. Hall H panel at San Diego Comic Con last month, further revealing a December 2019 release date – so far, yet kind of near. No details regarding the film’s plot or casting have been announced, but Gal Gadot is already confirmed to return as the badass warrior.
Wonder Woman will return to the silver screen in Justice League, released on November 17.