Plans are already in place for “Wonder Woman 2, ” but it seems that Patty Jenkins will not cast Gal Gadot in the leading character.

The filmmaker took it to Twitter yesterday to reveal that she is negotiating a sequel to “Wonder Woman” with Warner Bros. However, there are no plans to hire Gadot due to multiple reasons. Over the coming week, a promotional campaign for the movie is being ramped up, ahead of the film’s release on June 1, 2017.

In fact, a premiere took place in Shanghai a few days ago, and a word with Patty Jenkins on the red carpet confirmed that “Wonder Woman 2” is happening at Warner Bros.

The promotions of ‘Wonder Woman.'

While promoting “Wonder Woman,” Jenkins said that she would either develop a sequel to Warner Bros. or Disney. We should, however, not forget that “Wonder Woman 2” will not come out before the release of another DC film titled “Batgirl.”

Also, the filming of “Gotham City Sirens” and “Suicide Squad” is continued, so it’s too early to confirm the date of the sequel. Whatever winds up happening, we cannot neglect the fact that DC is doing better than Marvel in the diversity department.

The film is coming this summer

“Wonder Woman” is a highly-anticipated Hollywood movie, distributed by Warner Bros. and based on the DC Comics character of the same name. Allan Heinberg has written the story and dialogues of the film.

The cast includes Elena Anaya as Doctor Poison, Saïd Taghmaoui as Sameer, Eugene Brave Rock as Chief, Doutzen Kroes as Venezia, Danny Huston as Erich Ludendorff, Robin Wright as Antiope, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and Chris Pine as Steve. Production began in late October 2015 and concluded in September 2016. The film is scheduled to be released in IMAX 3D and DVD on June 2, 2017.

Gal Gadot in the leading character

Though Gadot plays the main character in “Wonder Woman,” there’s no information on whether she will be cast in the sequel or not. In a statement to Yahoo, Gal Gadot said that Diana Princess is a woman with many strengths and supernatural powers.

She is intelligent, dedicated, and hard-working. Diana is ready to accept all challenges and always forefront when it comes to helping others.

At the same time, she is a woman with a soft heart and has emotional attachments with her family.

At no cost, she would love to risk the lives of her father and siblings. Gal says that her character in this film is entirely different from the female superhero of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

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