We're gonna develop 'Wonder Woman 3' together: Gal Gadot hints on reprising role under new DCU leadership
Actress Gal Gadot confirms her reprisal as Wonder Woman under James Gunn and Peter Safran's new DCU leadership, hinting at an unannounced third film.
Bask in the golden armor glint of hope, Wonder Woman fans! Despite no official word from DC Studios, actress enthusiast and Amazonian princess, Gal Gadot, confirmed her reprisal as Wonder Woman, hinting at the development of the third film.
Gal Gadot: A Woman likes to Spill the Beans
Gadot spoke to ComicBook.com before the commencement of the SAG-AFTRA strike, revealing that DC's power duo co-CEOs - James Gunn and Peter Safran, have promised a fresh Wonder Woman film. A clear token of love for both her character and her fans, Gadot exclaimed, "*I love portraying Wonder Woman. It's so close to and dear to my heart. From what I heard from James and from Peter is that we're gonna develop a Wonder Woman 3 together.*"
A Bright Future for Wonder Woman in the New DCU?
While DC's next decade projects, listed up to 2030, are already chock-full of different film and TV shows, like the starting 'Gods and Monsters' bundled with Superman: Legacy set for a 2025 release, there's no explicit mention of a third Wonder Woman film.
Also, speculation remains on whether Gadot's iconic version of the character will continue in the new DCU. Gunn and Safran used The Flash as a canonical landmark to pivot from the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) launched with Snyder's Man of Steel, leading to the forthcoming films 'Blue Beetle' and 'Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.'
However, Gadot having a firm grip on her lasso of truth insists on her return. The future of other past characters in the revamped universe remains a conundrum. Yet, as reported by IGN, Gadot's last performance in "Wonder Woman 1984" paid a heartfelt homage to the classic superhero movies and earned high praise.
Hang in there, fans! A third serving of Gadot's Wonder Woman might just be around the corner, considering how this beloved actress can't seem to part from her cherished superhero role.
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