Wonder Woman 3 Confirmed: Warner confirms the third installment in the DC film series
“Wonder Woman” director Patty Jenkins and her leading actress Gal Gadot complete the trilogy about the Amazon and superhero from the DC Comics: “Wonder Woman 3” is unsurprisingly ordered by Warner Bros. Pictures. The third part of the film series has been under discussion for some time and has now been confirmed by Warner studio boss Toby Emmerich.
The news follows the relatively successful theatrical release of the second film “Wonder Woman 1984”, which opened on Christmas Day (December 25) in the few open US cinemas that have not (yet) had to close due to the Corona. At the same time, the studio presents the movie on its in-house streaming service HBO Max to paying customers for a one-off surcharge.
Wonder Woman 1984 Yet to be Released in Many Countries
The concept seems to have worked out given the film’s revenue. Warner has already announced in advance that all of the films for next year will also be released on HBO Max at the same time, which has garnered plenty of reviews from filmmakers such as “Dune” director Denis Villeneuve ( fernsehserien.de reported ).
In Many Countries, “Wonder Woman 1984” is expected to open in cinemas in January 2021, should the cinemas then reopen nationwide. But it is also quite conceivable that the film will also appear earlier than planned on a VoD service such as Sky Deutschland or Amazon for an additional charge. But that has not yet been confirmed.
Wonder Woman 3 Details
When the first “Wonder Woman” film introduced the young Amazon Diana Prince as the new superhero in the fight for justice in the DC Extended Universe, the plot was set during the First World War. At the side of Chris Pine as British agent Steve Trevor, she put down her great nemesis Ares, the god of war. The second film takes a huge leap in time into the 1980s and reunites Wonder Woman with a little aged Steve Trevor against a new and dangerous opponent.