Wonder Woman 1984 is shaping up to be a righteous flick, with Gal Gadot and Chris Pine putting on their best fanny packs and shoulder pads to save the world from champagne fountains and cocaine parties...or something like that. We may not yet know what role Pedro Pascal is playing in Patty Jenkins’ sequel, but we’ve…
As part of their massive Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con Saturday, Warner Bros. revealed a first look at the still in production Wonder Woman 1984. It’s unfortunately not going online but we were there and can tell you all about it.
Yesterday morning we got our very first look at Patty Jenkins’ next DC movie, Wonder Woman 1984—and learned that somehow, Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor will be appearing in the movie, despite his rather explosive exit in the first film. But it’s not really the first time Wonder Woman’s most famous love interest has…
I hope Diana likes tracksuits.
The director of the best DCEU movie took to Twitter this morning to confirm previous reports about the villain of the Wonder Woman sequel. So, yes, (mostly) comedic actress Kristen Wiig will be playing DC Comics’ feline archnemesis Cheetah.
Wonder Woman 2 may have found its villain in Saturday Night Live alum Kristen Wiig.
On Friday, the Producer’s Guild of America released a set of guidelines to prevent and deal with sexual harassment on film sets. Yesterday, it was announced that the first film to implement those guidelines will be Wonder Woman 2.
Directors have a lot on their plates when making a major Hollywood film. It’s basically a juggling act. But there were two key elements of Wonder Woman that Patty Jenkins continued to “hammer home” throughout the entire production, and they made all the difference for the end product.
Barbra Streisand is the only woman to have ever received a Golden Globe award for Best Director. A mere 34 years after she won, Streisand is calling out the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for ignoring some of 2017's most-promising female directors—especially Wonder Woman’s Patty Jenkins.
Wonder Woman 2 isn’t coming out until November 2019, but director Patty Jenkins is already starting to put the pieces into place. She’s sharing a few new details on what to expect in the upcoming film, as well as how the theme of love will carry over from the last film. Hint: It’s a person.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins knows that Diana of Themyscira is a role model for women everywhere, but what she’s also learned is she’s become a heroine for female filmmakers. And the desire to help them was an important drive in negotiating fair pay for the highly anticipated sequel.
Thanks to Marvel, superhero movies and post-credit scenes basically go hand in hand. Recently, Marvel has really played with that expectation, going super excessive with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and including a knowing wink in Spider-Man: Homecoming. DC movies, on the other hand, have never felt beholden to…
It has taken a surprisingly long time for Warner Bros. to finalize a deal for Patty Jenkins to come back and direct a second Wonder Woman movie. While that means Warner Bros. didn’t lock her down for a sequel beforehand, it hopefully means Jenkins was able to get a better deal.
Yesterday, The Guardian published an interview with director James Cameron in which he said that Patty Jenkins’ take on Wonder Woman was an “objectified icon” and that the widespread critical acclaim for the character’s film has been “misguided.” Late last night, Jenkins took to Twitter with the perfect response.
Warner Bros. just made it official. Diana Prince will ring in the holidays on December 13, 2019.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly roundup of the fanciest toys that will have you even more upset you’re not able to make it to the San Diego Comic-Con this year. And if you’ve ever lamented not having an Arnold Schwarzenegger figure that looks like he just took the day off to visit Home Depot, you’ll find…
We live in an age where everyone involved in one of these giant superhero movies franchises is basically made to commit as much of their lives as humanly possible to it. Sequels are, if not outright expected, certainly hoped for by studios. And yet, for some reason, it appears that Warner Bros. didn’t have director…
If you saw Wonder Woman over the weekend, then you’ll know that one of the highlights of the movie is the No Man’s Land scene, where Wonder Woman makes her big debut. You know, the one pretty much everyone thinks is the greatest moment in the film? Well, here’s an insane twist: It almost never got made at all.
With the stellar reviews, solid Thursday preview box office, and growing DC universe, it feels like a certainty that Wonder Woman will come back for a second solo movie. But when will that movie be set?