Patty Jenkins made a huge splash in the comic book movie industry when Wonder Woman first debuted in theaters three years ago. The film earned rave reviews from critics, and the same sentiment was felt amongst DC fans who helped the movie earn $821 million at the global box office, the third-highest total gross amongst all DCEU movies. It also stands as the highest grossing DCEU film domestically at over $412 million in the USA.
In a new article from the German magazine Geek, via @DCMovieNews2 on Twitter, Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins gave her potential exit timeframe from the DCEU while discussing her newest film. Jenkins said that the third Wonder Woman film is “probably my last Wonder Woman movie, so I have to put everything I want to show there.” The collection of tweets can be seen in full below:
Jenkins also discussed how her second DC film gave her the opportunity to expand on the story of Diana Prince, giving her “a chance to do a lot of things that I couldn’t accommodate in the first movie.” She gave some insight into Diana’s own internal struggle, expanding with this:
More is known about this movie than any other upcoming project from Warner Bros and DC Films considering how close it is to releasing in theaters, but comic book movie fans are also always looking to the future for the potential of sequels and new franchises on the way. In that spirit, some new quotes from one of the biggest names behind the Wonder Woman franchise were just released, giving a little more clarity to the DCEU’s future…