The fate of Wonder Woman 3 seemed uncertain after the announcement that James Gunn and Peter Safran were taking over as co-CEOs of DC Studios and planning a complete reboot of the DC Universe. Director Patty Jenkins cast further doubt on the future of Wonder Woman in the new cinematic universe during an appearance on Max’s Talking Pictures Podcast. When asked about the status of Wonder Woman 3, Jenkins mentioned that it was dead for the time being, and possibly forever. She also indicated that there was no interest from other directors in taking over the project.

Even Wonder Woman’s co-star Chris Pine shared his thoughts on the cancelled sequel. Despite the uncertainty surrounding Wonder Woman 3, Jenkins expressed her understanding of the challenges faced by Gunn and Safran in revitalizing the DC superhero movies. She acknowledged the difficulty of the task ahead and empathized with the duo as they embarked on this new journey.

While Wonder Woman’s future remains uncertain, Jenkins revealed that she is still working on her Star Wars: Rogue Squadron movie for Lucasfilm. Despite the temporary setbacks, including Wonder Woman 3 being put on hold, Jenkins remained committed to her work on Rogue Squadron. She mentioned that the deal with Lucasfilm was finalized just before the strike began, and now she owes a draft of the Star Wars movie. Jenkins expressed her dedication to the project, emphasizing that she is back to focusing on Rogue Squadron and eager to see how things unfold in the future.

The future of Wonder Woman 3 seems to be in limbo, with Patty Jenkins hinting at its possible demise in the new DC cinematic universe. While fans may be disappointed by this news, Jenkins’ commitment to her other projects, such as Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, shows her resilience and determination as a filmmaker. Only time will tell what the future holds for Wonder Woman and whether she will make a triumphant return to the big screen under the direction of a new filmmaker.

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