It was taking awhile to get Patty Jenkins signed on to direct the sequel to mega-hit Wonder Woman, with rumors circulating that Jenkins and Warner Bros were in a bit of a stand off over what she should be paid. On Monday, she closed the deal. Baby, she is getting paaaaid.
James Cameron took a break from making the four most unnecessary sequels the world of cinema has ever known to comment on Wonder Woman. He doesn’t like how much women like it, because Wonder Woman is too hot to be strong, I guess? Director Patty Jenkins has weighed in and, shockingly, her take is much better than…
With the success of Wonder Woman, both director Patty Jenkins and luminous star Gal Gadot have gotten a lot of questions about what’s next. Well, Wonder Woman 2, of course. But how about making Gal Gadot the next 007?
Patty Jenkins is reportedly close to finalizing a deal to direct the Wonder Woman sequel, after months of salary negotiations.
Warner Bros. has announced that the sequel to Wonder Woman is officially happening with a release date set for December 2019, so just make sure you’re free then!
Now we know that Wonder Woman, the biggest movie of the summer, is definitely getting a sequel. But director Patty Jenkins is still not confirmed to return as director.
After the first one smashed box office records into smithereens, Warner Bros. has confirmed that Wonder Woman 2 will indeed be a reality, releasing the news today at San Diego’s Comic-Con.
Director Patty Jenkins is hard at work on a script for the sequel to her colossally successful Wonder Woman movie, Variety reports.
The astounding success of Wonder Woman has made Gal Gadot a household name, and both she and director Patty Jenkins stand to make a lot of money during negotiations for the inevitable Wonder Woman 2. But how much did they make for this blockbuster to start with?
Initial reports indicated that Wonder Woman destroyed the box office over its opening weekend, but you can now officially tip your hat to Patty Jenkins: her film had a total global opening weekend of $223 million, the highest US opening weekend for a woman director ever.
While we’re waiting for Wonder Woman to start, my mom tells me a “when I was young” story that I’ve heard a thousand times. The details of the story—cobbled from memories now 50 years old—shift slightly but the fundamentals remain the same: every couple of months or so, her mother would drive her to the Greyhound…
Wonder Woman Gal Gadot and Wonder Woman Lynda Carter joined forces on the Wonder Woman premiere red carpet Thursday night in Hollywood, along with (in the background) many adoring Wonder Woman cosplayers of all ages.
Some stories are so obviously feminist it seems irrelevant to ask TV and film adaptors about the inherent message within, yet plenty of showrunners and producers bend over backwards to avoid the F word. It’s refreshing that the star of Wonder Woman is embracing the term.
Selma director Ava DuVernay is reportedly being considered to direct a Marvel movie, which would not only make her the first woman to do so, but would also make our heads explode.
After Michelle MacLaren left her role as director of the new Wonder Woman movie, rumors swirled that superwoman Angelina Jolie would be taking the reigns. That speculation has been squashed now that Patty Jenkins, whose past work includes Monster, The Killing and Entourage, is confirmed to direct the female superhero…
Celine Dion accidentally flashed some front-row audience members at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival in...Jamaica. The Canadian singer performed in a dress that she admitted was probably a little too short even though she also explained that she's worn it before with no problems, "Because," she said, "normally…