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One of the many news that the DC FanDome 2021 event brought us this Saturday. Patty Jenkins, directora de ‘Wonder Woman’ y ‘Wonder Woman 1984‘he announced together with actress Lynda Carter that they are already working on the third installment of the brave superheroine. “We are very excited about Wonder Woman 3. Gal Gadot She is the busiest person in the world with now three young children and filming, she is so discouraged that she cannot be here. But the three of us are very excited about the movie.“, Expressed the director. Recall that Carter played the character of Asteria in the second part of this franchise and was the Original Wonder Woman in the 70s.
This announcement surprised Lynda Carter, who could not contain the excitement to be part of this trilogy again. “Who would have thought that at this point in my life this gift would be presented to me? And that’s great“, Highlighted the American actress.
It should be noted that fans already knew about Lynda Carter’s participation in this next installment, given that at the end of the credits of ‘Wonder Woman 1984‘, the actress personifies Asteria, one of the greatest Amazons who remained hidden in the human world. It is through this character that Diana Prince gets the armor of the Golden Eagle.
At the moment, no further details are known about ‘Wonder Woman 3’, Well, it is not even known its release date, who will lead the cast, much less the title of the film, the only thing that was previously revealed is that Patty Jenkins will launch this project after the filming of Star Wars: Rogue Scuadron (2023). In that way, DC Comics fans won’t see this superhero on the big screen until 2024.
Likewise, it was also revealed that actor Chris Pine, who played the officer of the United States Air Force in the last two films, Steve Trevor, will not return to the third installment because both Diana and Steve had a definitive ending in the sequel. “I think Steve’s story is over“Confirmed actor Chris Pine in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
The big question that fans began to ask themselves is about what time would the plot encompass in general, since many consider that it could be set in the present, 40 years after the events of ‘Wonder Woman’ 1984.
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Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.