Patty Jenkins Talks 'Totally Different' 'Wonder Woman 2', Teases Lynda Carter Cameo

Angelo Anderson
January 12, 2018

She's about doing the right thing, helping others, sticking to her beliefs, and she's motivated by the most attractive quality: love.

First, came a plunging carmine bustier, a contemporary allusion to Wonder Woman's iconic uniform, which the actress paired with a vibrant fuchsia suit.

Director Patty Jenkins has said that Wonder Woman 2, which will hit the theaters by the end of next year will be a lot different from its' prequel, Wonder Woman. Now we know why. The former went to beat all expectations for a female superhero movie and even held the record for the biggest box office opening for a female director, which was Patty Jenkins. As the weak performance of Justice League showed, audiences aren't very onboard for the DC universe onscreen, at least not the way they are for Marvel Studios movies. "It's an entirely new adventure together that we couldn't be luckier (to do)". More often than not, sequels can turn out to be clones of the original film, and it's clear that Jenkins has no interest in that. She's responsible for $1.4 billion in movie tickets worldwide, having portrayed Diana Prince twice in six months - Wonder Woman and Justice League. As for what the story will be about, that's anyone's guess. Jenkins has also stated that this film will feature a full-blown Wonder Woman, which will be interesting to see.


We expect they'll see returns on their investment when "Wonder Woman 2" opens on November 1, 2019. Plot details for the Wonder Woman sequel are now under wraps, though the film is set to follow the Amazonian Princess during the Cold War as she faces off against the Soviet Union in the 1980s. Seeing that there'll be a huge time jump, I'm expecting no one from the old cast to return except Gadot, but it's possible we could see some old photographs or maybe an older person playing a younger character from the first film-perhaps an older Etta Candy?

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 we certainly - there's no lack of trying", said Jenkins.

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