Yesterday evening, Variety shared a report claiming that Wonder Woman won't be part of DC Studios' DCU during its first few years. Asked by a fan to weigh in, James Gunn debunked the report, suggesting the Amazon warrior will, in fact, be key in his and Peter Safran's slate of projects during its earliest days.
Whether this means Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman 3 will still happen is unclear, though we know she was sent back to the drawing board when it became clear her vision didn't fit into this post-DCEU era of storytelling.
As always, Gunn chose his words carefully here and only confirmed that Diana Prince will be part of the DCU. He didn't specify whether this iteration of the character will be played by Gal Gadot, for example, so it's possible the character will be recast similar to what's happening with Superman after Henry Cavill was ousted from the role.
In other news, The Suicide Squad director has also reiterated plans for a partial DCU slate reveal this month, reminding us that DC Studios is formulating an 8-10 year lineup of projects.
However, Gunn completely glossed over claims that Ezra Miller will continue playing Barry Allen following The Flash's release this summer. That's either because a decision hasn't been made or an indication that the rumour was another inaccuracy in the trade's report (which is a surprise given the source).
Everything appears to be in flux right now, and until DC Studios reveals "some" of those DCU movies and TV shows, we remain in the dark about what's being planned for this franchise.
Keep checking back here for updates on the DCU as we have them.