What do we know about Wonder Woman 3? This article will cover Chris Pine’s return to the series, Gal Gadot’s exit, the storyline, and more. Plus, we’ll learn about Lynda Carter’s return as the Amazon Warrior. If you missed the first two films, you’ll be glad to know that the third one is still a go!
Chris Pine’s return
The announcement of Chris Pine’s return to Wonder Woman 3 has gotten fans excited. The actor has been a part of the DC Extended Universe for a while now. He plays Steve Trevor in the DC Comics franchise. Besides the Wonder Woman movies, Chris Pine has also starred in the action thriller “The Contractor” and the romantic espionage drama “All the Old Knives.” In the former, Pine plays a dishonorably discharged soldier. In the latter, Pine plays a target and an ex-lover. The third film will be the sequel to the series, with Pine returning as a different character.
Gal Gadot’s departure
Despite her absence from the third Wonder Woman movie, actress Gal Gadot has hinted at a return in another film. She recently shared an update with her fans. Wonder Woman 3 is a highly anticipated sequel in the DCEU. The film is being directed by Patty Jenkins. Although the plot has not yet been revealed, it is believed that the film will focus on Lynda Carter, a former secret agent and a former superhero.
Wonder Woman 3’s storyline
We don’t know exactly what Wonder Woman 3’s storyline will be yet, but it’s definitely an interesting one. As a superhero movie, the storyline of the sequel is still up in the air, but the first two movies showed that Diana is coming into her own. The film also showed that she is interested in current events, so it’s possible that the film will incorporate this storyline into the overall plot of the movie.
Lynda Carter’s return
Despite being a cameo in the upcoming Wonder Woman film, the appearance of Lynda Carter in the movie makes a lot of sense. Carter has already been established as the legendary warrior Asteria, the owner of Wonder Woman’s armor. She fought against Maxwell Lord and Cheetah in the 1984 Wonder Woman movie, and her return in Wonder Woman 3 makes sense.
Wonder Woman 3’s release date
The Wonder Woman franchise has a long tradition of releasing new films in the theater. Warner Bros. recently announced that Patty Jenkins would be directing the third Wonder Woman movie. She helmed the critically acclaimed Wonder Woman 1984 and is now returning for her third outing. Jenkins also co-wrote the script for Wonder Woman 1984 and is likely to write the screenplay for Wonder Woman 3. Warner Bros. is currently planning to release a year’s worth of movies on their streaming service HBO Max, but Warner Bros. and AT&T are also considering keeping their streaming first strategy.