Patty Jenkins has officially signed on to direct 'Wonder Woman' sequel

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"Wonder Woman" director Patty Jenkins has closed a deal to direct the sequel and this has made our day.

A source pegged the deal at $5 million, which makes it the top deal of this year's TIFF market to date, tied with Neon's pickup of I, Tonya.

After the success of Wonder Woman, the makers announced of its sequel with Gal Gadot returning as the powerful Amazonian Princess with the Lasso of Truth.

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins

It's official: "Wonder Woman" director Patty Jenkins is the highest paid female director in movie history.

After Wonder Woman 2 was confirmed a couple months ago, Jenkins had teased that the superhero might be seen in the USA this time.

TheWrap report that Wonder Woman has grossed over $800 million worldwide, which is no surprise.

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Variety first reported Patty Jenkins' deal to return for Wonder Woman 2.

"Wonder Woman", the fourth film in Warner Bros' current iteration of DC Comics' cinematic franchise, helped boost profits for Warner Bros' parent company Time Warner Inc.

While the news was expected following the rave reviews to Wonder Woman, it is Jenkins' pay packet that has left many agape. Personally, I trust in Patty's vision for the character and I think she will do fantastic with the sequel.

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"American film director #Patty Jenkins has finally signed a contract with #Warner Bros. to direct the sequel of "#Wonder Woman".

Gadot was already signed for the sequel, which is due December 13, 2019.

Part of the reason for Jenkins hard driving negotiations - as fans of the DCEU will remember, she wasn't originally slated to direct this film at all. The others are Marvel movies, Avengers: Age of Ultron (number 3, with $459 million), and The Avengers (still number 1, with $623 million).

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