Los Angeles, December 8 - Warner Bros. seems to be clueless or maybe thinking too far ahead to shape up its DCEU future. The studio is moving on from its established superheroes and is on the cusp of a new era as far as the DC movies are concerned.
The Warner Bros. Discovery CEO, David Zaslav recently roped filmmakers James Gunn and Peter Safran to shape up DC's future for the next 8 to 10 years, and now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, one of the first and big moves by the studio is that it is scrapping the planned 3rd installment of Gal Gadot-fronted "Wonder Woman".
The report says that Patty Jenkins' "Wonder Woman 3" is not moving forward and is considered dead in its current incarnation. It is said that Jenkins recently submitted her treatment, co-written with Geoff Johns and that Gunn and Safran, as well as Warner Bros. Pictures co-chairs and co-CEOs Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy, broke the news to the filmmaker, telling her the project — as it stood — did not fit in with the new plans.
Jenkins directed and co-wrote the previous two "Wonder Woman" movies, starring Gal Gadot and released in 2017 and 2020. While the 3rd movie has been put on hold indefinitely, no decision has been made about next steps regarding its future.
Possibly clueless about this unfortunate development, Gal Gadot recently took to Twitter and shared that she couldn't wait to share the next chapter of "Wonder Woman" with fans while thanking the audiences for the love showered on the first two movies.