What's next for 'Wonder Woman': Here's what we know about the sequel

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Wonder Woman, and the rest of the women in the film, break those molds- they are gods, they are queens and they are warriors. Watching the finished cut of the film, director Patty Jenkins realised there was something missing.

Although the film is set in 1918, speaking to our Entertainment Team, Gal Gadot said she believes "all of Wonder Woman's values are really relevant", explaining she is all about "love and compassion and truth and justice".

"Wonder Woman" features the battles, villains and quirky supporting characters you would expect in a superhero movie, as well as the special effects needed to make everything believable.

"Wonder Woman" has turned out to be so many things to so many people: an action-packed movie, a masterpiece of feminism, and proof that DC Comics can pull off a successful superhero film.

Reports stated that while star Gal Gadot has it optioned in her contract for her to get Wonder Woman 2, Jenkins was only signed for one movie.

She will also look forward to reuniting with Gal Gadot and the rest of the filmmaking team.

This is pretty interesting when you consider that there are only three directors who have released DCEU movies: Zack Snyder, David Ayer, and Patty Jenkins. As with any movie, Wonder Woman has more than a few plot holes or elements that aren't fully explained - and we want answers.

I guess we'll just have to keep our fingers crossed that Patty Jenkins will somehow pull a rabbit outta her hat and find a place for our beloved Steve Trevor Wonder Woman's next chapter. The Hollywood Reporter is saying that soon, Warner Brothers will begin talking with Jenkins about the sequel. We get to see where Diana was born, where she trained, and where she became the heroine we all know and love. "It's a handsome story to tell, an important time to tell it and with people that I love".