Patty Jenkins is speaking out about the current Rogue Squadron and Wonder Woman 3 rumors.
As James Gunn and Peter Safran continue to develop their ideas for the future of the DC Universe, it is rumor that the current version of Wonder Woman 3 is doom to failure. However, despite this time of ambiguity at the DC Universe, Wonder Woman 3 director Patty Jenkins is disputing allegations that she quit the film.
Last night, Patty Jenkins shared a lengthy message on Twitter regarding her involvement in Wonder Woman 3. Jenkins also use this chance to give a status report on her Star Wars film Rogue Squadron, which was thought to be dead after Disney remove it from its release schedule.
When it became evident that it couldn’t happen quickly enough and that delaying World War III would only make things worse, Jenkins said in his essay, “I left Rogue Squadron first after a protracted and fruitful development process.”
“When Lucasfilm request that I consider returning to RS after World War III, I was honoure to accept. They changed their agreement with me, said Jenkins. I’m still working on it, and since then, the project has been actively being develope. I’m not satisfied if it will occur or not. We never do until the construction is complete, but I am intrigued by the potential.
“Jenkins concluded, “I don’t want what has been a wonderful experience with WW to finish on a negative one. Contributing to the last two Wonder Woman films has been a true pleasure and privilege. She has a remarkable personality. By upholding her beliefs, one develops as a person every day. I wish her and her legacy a bright future, with or without me.
Jenkins praised Wonder Woman actors Lynda Carter and Gal Gadot as she wrapped up her remarks. She also expressed her gratitude to the franchise’s supporters over the years.
I want you to know that we have always recognised and honoured you and your significance, even though Wonder Woman fans aren’t always the most visible in the media and online. Every day we performed on the last two movies, you were on our minds first and foremost. I look forward to continually celebrating you because you are the best and most kind people,” Jenkins continued.
DC Universe is entering a new era
James Gunn and Peter Safran are now in charge of DC’s operations in cinema, television, and animation at Warner Bros. Discovery, unifying all of the company’s properties associated with comic books. Safran is reportedly handling matters pertaining to economics and production, with Gunn concentrating on the creative direction of the DC Universe.
Shazam! At Warner Bros., several post-production phases for Fury of the Gods, The Flash, Blue Beetle, Aquaman, and the Lost Kingdom are underway. According to Discovery, all four DC Universe films are expect to be release in 2023. Will those cinematic characters appear in the new DC Universe? Just Gunn and Safran are aware.
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