Wonder Woman proves that saving the world is not just reserved for boys!
Now that the Gal Gadot-starrer has become both a commercial and feminist success story, its fans can’t wait for the sequel. And here is some inside scoop as compiled by Vogue!
Wonder Woman 2 will fast-forward Gal Gadot to the 1980s, where she will take on the Soviets in a Cold War–themed sequel.
Additionally, according to reports, Chris Pine will return, either from the dead or as a glimpse from the past, Steve Trevor will surely be back for the sequel. Though, this has not been confirmed by Warner Bros. or DC yet, but the renowned film-maker Patty Jenkins is also in talks with to helm Wonder Woman 2.
‘According to recent reports, Gadot made just $300,000 for the first Wonder Woman (that’s before box office bonuses, and, shockingly in keeping with what first-time male superhero Chris Evans made for Captain America: The First Avenger and more than what Chris Hemsworth got for Thor—yet, still seemingly paltry compared to the more than $700 million the film has made worldwide). Now that Wonder Woman and Gadot—who has yet to officially announce her return—have proven their power, the Israeli star stands to negotiate for a much bigger payday. Battling Hollywood’s gender pay gap? That’s a superpower in and of itself.’