"#Wonder Woman 2" is officially on and has received a December 13, 2019, premiere as announced by Warner Brothers on Tuesday evening. There could be one more film that hits theatres before Wonder Woman 2, possibly Shazam, but nothing is official.
Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman has held better than any superhero film in more than 15 years at the North American box office.
Wonder Woman 1 - starring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine and Robin Wright - has so far earned $779 million worldwide.
The huge success of "Wonder Woman" translated to more than $389 million at the domestic box office as of date.
The studio has yet to announce whether director Patty Jenkins will return for the follow up film, but Variety reported that she is already at work on a script with Jon Berg and Geoff Johns from Warner Bros. On top of that, its domestic gross is now at $389 million, which surpasses DC's own Man of Steel, Suicide Squad, and Batman v Superman.
Rumours circulating suggest that the film could be set in the 1980s, but that's unconfirmed.
And Jenkins delivered her film to market with clean efficiency, as opposed to "Justice League", which reportedly has required $25 million in reshoots since Joss Whedon took over for director Zack Snyder.
The sequel will return star Gal Gadot, who will next appear as Diana Prince in November's "Justice League", the big DC Comics team-up that will also star Ben Affleck as Batman, Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Ray Park (Cyborg) and Ezra Miller (the Flash).