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Patty Jenkins Officially Seals The Deal To Direct 'Wonder Woman' Sequel

12 September 2017

Details of the deal are vague, but there is speculation the contract would be in the neighborhood of $8 million, with additional backend box office grosses, to write, direct and produce the film.

In June, it was reported that Jenkins was working on a script for the sequel and she even told Entertainment Weekly she had thoughts about what it might look like.

The eagerly-anticipated sequel is already proving a record-breaker, with Jenkins reportedly becoming the highest-paid female director of all time.

It's great news for Hollywood, with Jenkins breaking the glass ceiling for female directors.

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In the bloopers, Gal can be seen dropping her ice cream, bumping into Pine several times and making silly faces with Jenkins between cuts.

The full blooper reel is included in the "Wonder Woman" DVD extras, which comes out on Tuesday, Sept. 19. The movie almost single-handedly restored faith in the DCEU, and the upcoming Justice League movie may have undergone extensive reshoots to cast Wonder Woman in a more prominent light. "We've got a cool idea for the second one". She'll re-team with star Gal Gadot for the follow-up to the critically-hailed DC comic-based film. "I made 'Wonder Woman.' Now I want to make 'Wonder Woman 2.' It's a lovely story to tell, an important time to tell it and with people that I love".

Since the release of Wonder Woman earlier this summer, there's been a lot of talk over whether or not Jenkins would return for the eventual sequel.

Patty Jenkins Officially Seals The Deal To Direct 'Wonder Woman' Sequel