Gal Gadot Shares WONDER WOMAN 3 Update Along With New WW84 Behind-The-Scenes Photo

It sounds like there's finally been some movement on the third Wonder Woman movie, as star Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins have shared a positive update on the threequel's script.

It's been a while since we had any news on Warner Bros.' plans for Wonder Woman 3, with speculation mounting that the studio may have put Diana Prince's third solo outing on the backburner following the tepid response (critically and commercially) to WW84.

Last we heard, director Patty Jenkins was working out some story details, but it sounds like there's finally been some movement on the script.

While chatting to Forbes about their new business venture, Jenkins and star Gal Gadot offered a positive update on the project, confirming that "the wheels are turning" on the third film inching closer to production.

“Thank you! So happy to hear that. I appreciate that," said Jenkins when congratulated on the success of the franchise. "We can’t wait to get the next movie out, too.” Gadot then added; “We’re talking! We’re actually in the mix of working on the script and getting the third one made, so it’s all wheels are working and turning and I’m super, super excited for the fans to come and watch Wonder Woman 3 once it’s made.”

Very little is known about Wonder Woman 3, but Lynda Carter is expected to return after making a brief appearance in the mid-credits scene of WW84 as legendary warrior Asteria, who was believed to have been killed when she sacrificed herself in order to allow her fellow Amazons to escape "the tide of man" and settle on the island of Themyscria. Diana donned her golden armor for the final battle against Cheetah.

Let us know what you hope to see from the threequel in the comments section. Gadot also shared a new behind-the-scenes photo from WW84, which you can check out below.

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