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Patty Jenkins Reportedly Closing on “Historic” Deal to Direct Wonder Woman Sequel

Damn right.

Wonder Woman was, by all accounts, a massive hit, which has had us closely following whether or not its director, Patty Jenkins, would return for the sequel that Warner Bros. is suddenly very eager to get off the ground. As you'd expect, that level of success gives Jenkins a powerful negotiation tool, and she's now reportedly close to closing a deal to bring us the next installment in the franchise.

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These 3 Wonder Woman Movie and TV Projects (Thankfully) Failed

Merciful Minerva!

Although I'd be perfectly happy with a 24-hour live broadcast of director Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot's interpretation of Wonder Woman, I have to say I'm pretty glad these projects never saw the light of day. They might've cursed Diana into the realms of mediocrity and not let the wondrous vision we saw this summer take shape.

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Watch Out, Wonder Woman Is Coming for ALL the Oscars

This is still in rumor territory, but exciting enough that I don't mind speculating: Variety is reporting an "exclusive" source who claims Warner Bros. is currently discussing the possibility of a full-throated Oscar campaign for Wonder Woman.

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Wonder Woman’s Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine Reunite for TNT Mystery Series

Chris Pine will play a disgraced reporter in One Day She’ll Darken which tells the story of Fauna Hodel.

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We Really Need to Talk About Wonder Woman 2 Being Set During the Cold War

Ever since details about Wonder Woman 2 started to leak out, I haven't been able to think about much else, and I keep wondering what this new era will mean for Diana and Co. Talk to me.

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Things We Saw Today: Wow, a Lot of PG-Rated Films Were Really Messed Up

Kevin Maher (the mind behind the "Monster Gaze" video we also shared) compiled some of the most terrifying moments of PG films that left a deep scar on our young psyches that we've never fully recovered from. Did you see any of your childhood nightmares?

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More Speculation Whiplash: Did Patty Jenkins Just Confirm She’ll Be Directing Wonder Woman 2?

The will she/won't she of Patty Jenkins' involvement with the inevitable Wonder Woman sequel has been going on for a few weeks now. First, it was definitely happening; then the movie was happening, but Jenkins wasn't attached; then she was maybe writing it? But the way Jenkins is talking now is pretty darn encouraging.

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But Is She Directing Tho? Patty Jenkins Teaming Up With DC’s Geoff Johns on Wonder Woman 2 Treatment

First of all, water is wet. Secondly, after the success of Wonder Woman, a sequel is already in the works.

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The Internet Is up in Arms Over Gal Gadot’s Salary vs. Henry Cavill’s

A story quickly went viral that Gal Gadot was only paid $300k for Wonder Woman, whereas Henry Cavill received $14 million for Man of Steel.

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Joss Whedon and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Script: A Wonder Woman Story

One of the great pop culture white whales of recent years has been Joss Whedon's mysterious Wonder Woman script. As audiences begged for the iconic superheroine to hit the big screen, and Whedon's take was rejected, that rejected script became a symbol of Everything That's Wrong with Hollywood. It became a symbol of an All Boys' Club trying to keep superhero movies For Men Only. Turns out? That script was just bad. And also hella sexist.

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“Boys Can Be Wonder Woman, Too!”: Kids (and Their Parents) Talk About Their Favorite Amazon

When we celebrate films like Wonder Woman, it's for reasons beyond the female director (which is cool) the feminist message (which is also cool). It's because representation matters, and it's especially important not just for girls to have a role model in which to see themselves, but for boys to have an example of what a strong, nuanced, feminist hero can be. Because boys can look up to her, too!

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Wonder Woman Has Radically Changed Kids’ Lives and This Is Why We Need Movies Like Wonder Woman

Director Patty Jenkins shared a post about all of the Wonder Woman-related events occurring at just one Kindergarten, and it's inspiring as well as ridiculously adorable. Representation is important. Representation is important. Representation is important.

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If Patty Jenkins Doesn’t Direct the Wonder Woman Sequel, I Swear I Am Placing a Hex on Warner Bros.’ Head

Last week, The Hollywood Reporter wrote that both Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot were signed on for a Wonder Woman sequel. Now it's looking like that might have been premature. We have some feelings about that.

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Wonder Woman Cinematographer Talks the Film’s Vivid Use of Color

From the first scenes in Themyscira, which is a lush and vivd utopia, Patty Jenkins' film announced itself as a brighter film far from the colorless and heavy tones of Batman v Superman, the movie where we last saw our hero.

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The Steve Trevor Factor: Wonder Woman Gives Us a Template for What Gender Equality Can Look Like

As female-led as this film was, and as important as the variations on femininity it portrayed were to it, the thing that firmly locked its message in place was Steve Trevor. **SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE FILM**

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Wonder Woman‘s Best Battle Scene Almost Didn’t Make the Cut … Because Execs Didn’t Get It

Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman did an amazing job at balancing huge action set-pieces with earnest heart and emotion without being cheesy or ironic. One of the clearest examples of this was the moment in which Diana first dons her 'Wonder Woman' armor. It's a scene that's already iconic, and the film just came out. Hard to believe that this entire sequence almost didn't make the film! **SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN'T YET SEEN THE FILM**

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I Went to Alamo Drafthouse’s All-Women Wonder Woman Screening and No One Died

With the intense hostility and aggression being directed towards the all-women screenings of Wonder Woman in Alamo Drafthouses around the United States, you'd think the stakes of such a gathering were life-threatening. However, when I went to Alamo Drafthouse's Brooklyn location at 3 P.M. on Sunday, imagine my surprise: there was no manpocalypse.

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Wonder Woman Breaks Box Office Record for Top Opening By A Female Director

Wonder Woman broke the record for best opening weekend by a female director and is outpacing both the two Thor films and Captain America.

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No, It’s Not Too Soon to Be Speculating About a Wonder Woman Sequel!

It's happening!

It's not exactly surprising, but it sure is exciting!

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Mashup Sets Wonder Woman to the 1970s TV Theme

We're so excited that the Wonder Woman movie is finally here, but let's never forget the love we have for the Wonder Women who came before her.

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