Wonder Woman 3 in works with Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins. Warner Bros Pictures has announced that it will fast-track development on the third instalment of the Wonder Woman franchise. Warner Bros says it has put the third installment in the franchise on the fast track. Gal Gadot will reprise her role as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman and Patty Jenkins will once again write and direct, Warner Bros. chairman Toby Emmerich said in a statement Sunday. The first Wonder Woman film part of the DC Extended Universe was released in 2017 to widespread critical acclaim.
The opening date for WW 1984 was pushed back several times due to the coronavirus pandemic before Warner decided to have it drop on HBO Max and theatres at the same time. Warner Bros had announced a unique one-year plan as a strategic response to the impact of the pandemic, particularly in the US, where its entire slate of films for the year 2021 will be released both theatrically and on its streamer HBO Max. Wonder Woman 1984’s opening weekend went better than expected, selling $16.7 million in tickets in 2,100 theaters in North America, despite the coronavirus pandemic restrictions still in effect in many cities. The film was released simultaneously on HBO Max, where it will play for a month before continuing in theaters. In India, the movie managed to gross ₹4.50 crore in just three days after its release, according to trade website Box Office India. The film was released simultaneously on HBO Max in the US. The movie will remain on the platform for a month.