Earlier this week at the Palm Springs Film Festival, Jenkins briefly discussed her vision for the anticipated DCEU movie. "It's an entirely new adventure together that we couldn't be luckier (to do)".
One would understand if Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins didn't want the critical and box office disappointment of Justice League to tarnish the magical armor of her heroine, who appeared in it. In September, Warner Bros. locked her down as the director of the sequel in the hopes of giving fans more of the same following Gal Gadot's third appearance as the character in the Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon helmed "Justice League".
Gal Gadot at the World premiere of ‘Justice League’ in November 2017
Gadot, 32, opened up about her 6-year-old daughter Alma's response to the Wonder Woman phenomenon. Gadot played the same superhero twice in six months, turning herself into a household name and her character into a rejuvenated symbol of feminism and girl power for today's audience. "Four years ago, I got exhausted of all the 'no's and the rejections that I just wanted to quit acting", she said. "If women have to always be hard, tough and troubled to be strong, and we aren't free to be multidimensional or celebrate an icon of women everywhere because she is attractive and loving, then we haven't come very far have we". Jenkins is careful not to be definitive in her answer and instead goes the liberal route, leaving us with, "we'll see".
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"We'll see", Jenkins said of including Carter. "Lynda is one of the dearest people to us, has been a great mentor and dear friend".
Jenkins apparently tried to get Carter in the first Wonder Woman movie but was unable to make it work due to scheduling issues. "We won't say anything yet, but... there's no lack of trying".More news: Ibuprofen intake could be leading to male infertility
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