Warner Bros. Canceled Wonder Woman 3!

Wonder Woman 3 was a DCU project announced in 2020. In fact, it was announced ahead of the release of her second film, Wonder Woman 1984. This time, Patty Jenkins returned to direct the film, and Gal Gadot reprized her role as the Amazonian princess.

There is a surprising story about the film. THR reports that Wonder Woman 3 has been canceled by Warner Bros.

Sources say that the film’s development is not moving forward and is considered dead. This step was taken after the election of James Gunn and Peter Safran as the new heads of DC Studios.

The two are currently preparing shows for the Warner Bros. show. CEO David Zaslav’s list of future DCU films.

James Gunn, Peter Safran, Michael De Luca (Warner Bros president) and Pamela Abdy (Warner Bros president) announced the news of the cancellation of Wonder Woman 3 to Patty Jenkins.

The project (Wonder Woman 3) didn’t live up to their new plans. This move is not surprising. It makes sense that Gunn and Safran would retool the DCU by canceling a lot of projects they deemed wrong.

Although geeky, the two previous Wonder Woman films managed to get a positive response. Even the writer of the third film, Patty Jenkins, was trying to finish her work and she needed to write the last part of the script.

Looking at the track record of Warner Bros. in canceling a film project that doesn’t make sense, it seems reasonable. The Batgirl movie recently hit Warner Bros. “Too bad,” the film was canceled during shooting.

Many argue that Gunn did not stop the Wonder Woman film, but made a new film unrelated to the previous Wonder Woman films. The only question is whether Gunn will cast Gal Gadot to play Wonder Woman again.

But given the positive response from Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman character, it’s likely she’ll be nominated again. Let’s just wait, geeks, for another new Wonder Woman film event.

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