Wonder Woman 3 ‘A Contemporary Story’, and No Chris Pine Most Likely

The third solo Wonder Woman movie Is a”Modern Narrative”, according to director Patty Jenkins, so it will Probably be set in present day.

And it may not feature Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor, who’s unexpectedly returning in the second film — Wonder Woman 1984, slated to release mid-2020 — after dying in the very first one, the actor has revealed. Wonder Woman 3 will also be the end of Jenkins’ trilogy, as the manager formerly revealed.

Warner Bros. has yet to officially announce a third Wonder Woman film — the second remains more than a year away after all, although it recently finished filming, as celebrity Gal Gadot shown — but Jenkins already has ideas about what she wants to do with the subsequent one. Whether I


it or not, I see how her arc ought to finish within my incarnation of Wonder Woman. I have great passion for it.”

And in another interview with The Hollywood Reporter in the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, in which Jenkins was present to discuss her miniseries, I’m the Night, which also stars Pine, she said:”I’m not dying to do another time piece. It was amusing, I read a post today on whether it would be in the future or what it’d be. … It is undoubtedly one of the things we’ve talked about. I’m not pining to put it in the past again, because where are you going to go? I believe that it could be weird. You have to move forward. It’s unquestionably a modern story. That’s all I can say. Therefore, where we put it and how that gets figured out, I have not totally nailed down.”

That makes sense given what we understand. It’will be bizarre’ to jump back after doing this, as Jenkins says, which is why she will proceed to create Wonder Woman 3 a’contemporary story’. And Steve Trevor probably will not tag along for that journey, if what Pine is saying is true.

“I think Steve’s done his bit… I want them all the chance in the world,” Pine told Entertainment Tonightover the weekend. For what it’s worth, Pine was not assumed to be a part of Wonder Woman 1984, however he’s, somehow, so it’s possible he could reunite for Wonder Woman 3. At the same time, we have seen Wonder Woman in the current, thanks to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League, and Steve is not about in both those films, which further posits that he is gone permanently.

Jenkins was asked if she would ever consider helming a Justice League sequel, and though she didn’t rule out herself, she also thinks Warner Bros.. Ought to stay away from the property for a while.

“I find those movies to be extremely hard,” she explained. “I think they’re excellent when they are nicely done, but taking on all those characters in precisely the exact same time along with the timeline. I sort of expect that we do not do a Justice League movie for just a little while, because I believe that each of those characters are really great. I’m super excited to see each of the films. I would like to see Aquaman 2, and I want to watch Flash. I really don’t know. I wouldn’t ever say never, but I believe everybody ought to have a minute to shine at this time.”

For its own part, the financial and critical disappointment of Justice League convinced Warner Bros. to take a fresh leadership with its DC film universe. Rather than the dour efforts featuring the grim Zack Snyder versions of Batman and Supermanthe studio is moving toward a cheerier near future, one that also has more girls at the middle. Besides Wonder Woman, We’ve Got Shazam! In April, the Margot Robbie-starrer Birds of Prey currently filming, The Flash to emerge in the Not Too Distant Future, and Supergirl and Batgirl movies in development Amongst Others.


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