Director: 'Wonder Woman' a 'hero' for all

  • Director: 'Wonder Woman' a 'hero' for all

Director: 'Wonder Woman' a 'hero' for all

In the wake of Wonder Woman's staggering success at the box office this weekend, word circulated that both Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins were signed for the inevitable sequel, and there was much rejoicing.

Also, I hope we get to see Gadot's versatility in other films since Wonder Woman will obviously open up the door for her to pursue almost any project she wishes.

Other details regarding casting and story choices are bound to be scarce for a few more weeks and months until Warner Bros. can finish negotiations with Patty Jenkins and begin the scripting process. And she's already been talking a great deal about what she wants to do with the Wonder Woman sequel and how excited she is to do one. Despite the challenge from the film, Wonder Woman is expected to have a $25-50M second weekend.

Joss Whedon, who directed Marvel's The Avengers and The Avengers: Age of Ultron and DC Comics' Justice League, sent out a tweet alluding to an all-female screening of Wonder Woman in NY.

In a new interview, Aspell narrowed down just what she learned from acclaimed director Patty Jenkins and franchise star Gal Gadot. I made Wonder Woman.

Hopefully, Jenkins will be bringing her enthusiasm to a Wonder Woman sequel and future DC productions in good time.

The most significant moment comes when Prince makes a statement from the Amazonian treatise on love and sexuality: "It was decided that although men are required for procreation, when it comes to pleasure they are unnecessary".

"There's something iconic about. the story of Wonder Woman that's hitting the zeitgeist perfectly".

Wonder Woman is in theaters now. I can't say what it is! And if you're like me, you'll want to see it a couple of times!

"I love what that is meaning for women", Jenkins told anchor Chris Cuomo on "New Day." on Wednesday "I'm so excited to inspire all sorts of people the way all sorts of heroes have inspired".