According to a new report, Patty Jenkins’ ‘Wonder Woman 3’ is set to be released by Warner Bros. is the latest canceled project from DC Studios.
Sources say The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday, the new heads of DC films, James Gunn and Peter Safran, as well as Warner Bros. Pictures rejected Jenkins’ script, which Jenkins co-wrote with Geoff Johns, because it didn’t fit their new and evolving vision.
Jenkins directed and co-wrote Wonder Woman and Wonder Woman 1984 starring Gal Gadot.
Insiders assured THR that cost was not the reason, although the studio could potentially save tens of millions by not moving forward with the third Wonder Woman installment.
Those sources reportedly estimated that Gadot’s salary would be around $20 million, while Jenkins could earn $12 million.
Interestingly, Gadot just tweeted His excitement left the movie Tuesday.
“A few years ago, it was announced that I would play the role of ‘Wonder Woman.’ I am so grateful for the opportunity to play such an amazing, iconic character, and more than anything, I am grateful to YOU. Fans. I can’t wait to share her next chapter with you,” she wrote.
Meanwhile, The Flash starring troubled Ezra Miller had a controversial release. hit it one week to June 16.
According to reports, Gunn and Safran will share a 10-year plan for the DCU with Warner Bros. Ironing ahead of next week’s scheduled meeting with Discovery CEO David Zaslav.
The Post has contacted representatives for DC Films and Gadot for comment.