With the undeniable success of “Wonder Woman,” Warner Bros. officially announced the coming of its movie sequel at the recent San Diego Comic-Con 2017. In fact, “Wonder Woman 2” is now in the works.

It’s not surprising that the Gal-Gadot film will have a follow up as it is now breaking records and already Warner Bros.'s third biggest movie of all time. It is also the highest-grossing live action movie by a female director, who is Patty Jenkins.

The movie’s success

Aside from breaking records and being a hit movie, “Wonder Woman” also breaks the stereotypes about women in the film industry.

Since its launch last May 15, it now earns $781+ million, Forbes reported. It is not far that it will hit the $800 million mark and will be the 11th highest-grossing superhero movie of all time.

The film’s alleged plot

According to Screen Rant, DC Comic's Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns will be teaming up with Patty Jenkins to make “Wonder Woman 2.”

Of course, Gal Gadot is going to reprise her role as the princess of the Amazons, Diana. Once again, she will be battling the evil forces in another historical war, the Cold War. She will be facing the Soviet Union to stop the geopolitical tension after World War II.

Although there is no announcement yet about its official crew, it has been said that the first movie’s entire production staff will return to the sequel.

There are also reports that Chris Pine will be back to reprise his role as Steve Trevor. In fact, he will be Diana’s ally, although he is assumed to be dead as he sacrificed his life to save the people.

The start of DCEU

Meanwhile, DC Extended Universe started with the release of “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice” in 2016.

It revealed the return of Superman (Henry Cavill), Batman (Ben Affleck), and the introduction of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman.

Also, this film shaped the coming of “Justice League” and the launch of Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, and Ray Fisher as Cyborg.

Unfortunately, “Batman V Superman” is poorly accepted by some people and not well received by the critics alike. However, “Wonder Woman” has broken the curse and got positive reviews, critically acclaimed, and now becomes as one of the highest-grossing films.

But, as DC has a lot of movies to release on its plate right now, “Wonder Woman 2” can’t expect to come anytime soon. “Suicide Squad 2,” "Justice League Dark," "Batgirl," "Green Lantern Corps," and “Flashpoint,” the coming "The Flash" movie, are all set to be revealed. Thus, the sequel might be unveiled in 2020 the earliest.