Wonder Woman 2 To Be Officially Announced/Revealed At Comic Con

Wonder Woman has been a huge success for Warner Bros. that it's a given we should receive a sequel for the film soon. With the San Diego Comic Con event happening later this month, we might see and hear about the first details for Wonder Woman 2.

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This news comes from The Hollywood Reporter. The website says that Warner Bros. and DC plan to announce the release date for Wonder Woman 2 at the San Diego Comic Con event. The report also further suggests that Patty Jenkins will again come back to direct the sequel.

We've already heard rumors on what the sequel might be about. Some reports suggest the film could be set in the '80s where Wonder Woman will be caught up in the middle of the Cold War. Gal Gadot is signed on to make more movies in the DCEU so she should be back to reprise her role obviously.

The reason Warner Bros. is fast tracking a sequel is thanks to the Box Office performance of the first film. The movie has currently earned $380.7 million in North America alone. It will surpass the $381 million earned in North America by the last Harry Potter movie. In terms of domestic numbers, it will become the third highest grossing earner for Warner Bros. Only The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises is higher with grosses of $533.3 million and $448.1 million respectively.

From a worldwide standpoint, the movie has earned a total of $765 million. It has surpassed both Man of Steel and Suicide Squad in terms of worldwide gross. It is unlikely to catch Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice which has a worldwide gross of $873.3 million.

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