Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins says there should not be a new Justice League film for a while
After the debacle of DC's 2017 superhero ensemble Justice League, fans have petitioned to have Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins to helm the next instalment.
Patty Jenkins has hinted that the third part of Gal Gadot-fronted Wonder Woman series will be set in the present era.
"It's definitely one of the things we talked about. I'm not planning to put it in the past again, because where are you going to go? You have to go forward. It's definitely a contemporary story. That's all I can say. Where we put it and how that gets figured out, I haven't totally nailed down," she said.
After the debacle of DC's 2017 superhero ensemble Justice League, fans have been petitioning the director to helm the next instalment, but Jenkins said it is an "extremely challenging" task.
"The Justice League movie, I find those movies to be extremely challenging. I think they are fantastic when they are well done," she said.
She believes before going forward with the next Justice League film, the studio should focus on the individual stories of all the superheroes.
"Taking on all of those characters at the same time in the timeline... I sort of hope that we don't do a Justice League movie for a little while, because I'm excited to see all of their movies. I want to see Aquaman 2, I want to see Flash," the director said.
"Never say never, but I think everyone should have their moment to shine," she added.
Wonder Woman 1984 will see Gadot's Wonder Woman face off against Kristen Wiig's Cheetah. The film will also feature Game of Thrones and Narcos star Pedro Pascal in a pivotal role. It is set to release on June 5, 2020.
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