Wonder Woman 3 is said to be in crisis as the project is been declined
Just as Gal Gadot stated an update about her new upcoming Wonder Woman 3, the latest sources declared that DC Studios is deciding to cancel the movie series and has no further plans of moving forward. According to recently appointed heads, James Gunn and Peter Safran had declined the story of Patty Jenkin’s script of the third sequel. This brought a huge doubt rush in the fans all over the world, hanging doubtfully.
Before the report of cancellation, Gal Gadot is to reprise her role as the main character, with the written script plot according to Patty Jenkins. The director has maintained her commitment throughout this, so it seems to be clear that she hopes for an instant green light for the project from James Gunn and Peter Safran, who are the new heads of DC Studios since last month, hoping that they would delay the display of the character of Wonder Women without completely removing, to save their work for the other developing projects in DC. Patty Jenkins was told her treatment, along with her writing partners, did not bring the results up to the mark of the given work well enough for the expectations.
It is reported through The Hollywood Reporter that the director has submitted her draft story and the response DC gave was not fulfilling, saying that it does not fit into a new plan they are working on right now for the DC Universe. It is not clear whether or not our only Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot would be returning to any of the other DC Universe all-in-one star cast films in the future.
As newly appointed heads, James Gunn and Peter Safran carry the huge responsibility of cleaning the house of their plans by re-arranging everything appropriately, for the new change of the DC Universe, which shows huge withdrawals for the Wonder Woman team, while all we can do is hope for some miracle to get the project on board.
By shelving Wonder Woman 3, it is reported that a new well changed DC studio can save millions of dollars as Gal Gadot, herself claims $20 million to play Diana in her movie series, while writer/director Patty Jenkins would take away $12 million for her work, neither of which includes any residual bonuses.