New Wonder Woman concept art released

Posted July 13, 2017

Rather than setting a sequel in the timeline after the events of this fall's Justice League movie, a new report hints that a sequel to Wonder Woman will again be set in a pre-Man of Steel world.

Following her declaration about making a movie with the same characters but with a different story, reports stated that "Wonder Woman 2" could be set during the 1980s and at the time of the Cold War. Jenkins return, however, isn't official yet. Wonder Woman 2, where Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) could return, the heroine should leave Europe and Paris for the US.

Since its release, Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman has done exceedingly well at the box office, going on to overtake Deadpool's domestic total with $368.5 million and even beating Suicide Squad's worldwide box office with $745.6 million.

Diana (played by Gal Gadot) decides to leave her home, and try to stop the war.

Patty Jenkins, director of Wonder Woman, and Gal Gadot, replied in the same spirit.

While all of us have seen Ares in the movie, check out some cool Wonder Woman concept art of the character below from artist Joshua Min. "Historically, an origin superhero film does big business domestically", Jeff Goldstein told The Hollywood Reporter.

Which movie do you think sequel will dominate the box office? Deadpool, a surprise mega-hit that debuted in February 2016, still barely edges out Wonder Woman in gross sales at $783 million (though don't expect that lead to last for long).

After the critical and commercial success of Wonder Woman, his sequel was quickly formalized. For one, he died at the end of the first film and his sacrifice was what inspired Wonder Woman to continue - so how can bringing him back in as Steve Trevor work? Because this would be way, way too Winter Soldier/Bucky Barnes-esque-a figure beloved to the hero secretly corrupted by the (Soviet) enemy. 'The goal is to make another great Wonder Woman film. This is what I spend most of my time thinking about, people.