Gal Gadot, who stole the show a year ago when she had her coming out party as Wonder Woman in "Batman v Superman", crushes it in her first-of-many stand-alone films, and she has wonderful chemistry with her charming co-star Chris Pine (who plays Steve Trevor, the World War I pilot who introduces her to the 20th century).
More than 75 years after debuting in the pages of All Star Comics #8, Wonder Woman is now the star of her own feature film. So when I started to really hunker in on the significance of No Man's Land, there were a couple people who were deeply confused, wondering, like, 'Well, what is she going to do? "But it's definitely right in the pocket of what you're talking about".
Truth be told, there probably isn't a solid plan just yet as to what a Wonder Woman sequel would entail. "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", meanwhile, tallied a $27.7 Thursday night.
So what is the truth? "I don't care about that at all", said Jenkins, who may first film a smaller movie based on her husband Sam Sheridan's writing and starring Chris Pine, or her long-gestating I Am Superman (no relation to DC Comics) with Ryan Gosling. Warner Bros didn't want to cram a post-credit scene into their movie to distract audiences from their most acclaimed piece of work that is a part of the DCEU.
One of the possible storylines that can be used in the sequel is what was keeping Wonder Woman busy from the time of World War I up to the present day. The first movie hasn't even been open for a week (as of this article's publication), so there isn't even a guarantee it will happen yet.
There is no confirmation yet whether there will be a "Wonder Woman 2".
If and when we find a specific answer to this question, we'll let you know.
Wonder Woman will follow Diana (Gal Gadot) from her time as a princess of the Amazons, as she is trained to be an unconquerable warrior on the sheltered island paradise on which she was raised.