Some characters from "Wonder Woman" will be appearing in "Justice League," aside from Diana (Gal Gadot). Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen) and her sister, General Antiope (Robin Wright), will be part of the movie as confirmed by the actresses themselves.

While promoting "Wonder Woman," Connie Nielsen told the Los Angeles Times that she and Robin Wright filmed their scenes for "Justice League." Wright, on the other hand, said that viewers will learn more backstory from these two fierce Amazons in the movie, which will be in theaters in November. "You get some of the history," the actress said.

A flashback scene?

The actresses, however, refused to divulge further details about their "Justice League" appearance.

But given how General Antiope's fate ended up in "Wonder Woman," fans assumed her scenes with Hippolyta will be a flashback.

[Spoiler Alert!] Antiope died in the first few scenes of the movie while the Amazons battled German soldiers who breached Themiscyra's mysterious fortress. It's unlikely that Antiope will be resurrected from the dead on "Justice League," which takes place decades after her niece, Diana, left their island. So, the most logical choice would be a flashback.

One other fan theory surmises that the superheroes on "Justice League" take a trip back Themyscira one way or another. Either way, fans welcome this news as there have been plenty of viewers hoping to know more about the people of Themiscyra. In fact, they have been asking for a spinoff about the Amazons.

Sequel Updates

Meanwhile, as "Wonder Woman" continues to dominate the box office on its second week of release, talks of a sequel gather steam.

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Director Patty Jenkins previously expressed she has ideas for "Wonder Woman 2." She said it can happen with Diana in America and most likely in the present day.

But The Hollywood Reporter noted only star Gal Gadot is contractually obligated to DCEU. A source told the news outlet that Patty Jenkins, for now, has only committed to doing one movie with DCEU and Warner Bros. If the studio would hire her for the sequel, it would cost a lot as Jenkins already established herself as a blockbuster and critically-acclaimed director. Negotiations could delay the next "

If the studio would hire her for the sequel, it would cost a lot as Jenkins already established herself as a blockbuster and critically-acclaimed director. Negotiations could delay the next "Wonder Woman" movie or it may never happen at all.