While fans anxiously await the arrival of her highly-anticipated DC Extended Universe sequel, Wonder Woman 1984's Patty Jenkins is taking to the stars as it's been revealed she is set to helm Rogue Squadron for Lucasfilm, slated for a Christmas 2023 release! According to her, no director now working in the DCEU thinks of Whedon's Justice League film as canon.
While shooting Wonder Woman 1984, Gal brought her daughters onto set and she said there was a "family" atmosphere surrounding the production because director Patty Jenkins also had her family there too.
No, the actual Justice League movie - the one considered to be canon in the DCEU by the director - will be Zack Snyder's Justice League. I used to be like... you would need to play ball in each instructions to ensure that that to work.
"If you had told me a year ago that we would ever go straight to streaming in any way, shape or form, I would have flipped out", said Jenkins, who helmed Wonder Woman in 2017 and Monster in '03.
Jenkins predicted: "In this case, I think what's going to happen is ... some studio is going to be smart enough to be an outlier, and all the great filmmakers in town are going to go there, and the theaters are going to favor their movies". Gadot says they all became one happy family. "I'm not sure what's going on, '" Jenkins shared. "I want them to have the motivation and the hunger to pursue whatever it is that they want to pursue".
Another "Star Wars" movie is now being written by Taika Waititi ("Jojo Rabbit"), Kennedy confirmed, adding that his "approach to "Star Wars" will be "fresh, unexpected and unique". But but, I've to have my very own movies, and he's been very supportive of that. In the interim, Jenkins proceeds with the Amazonian goddess' circular segment in the establishment through Wonder Woman 1984.
Cue the pandemic. Wonder Woman 1984, like other 2020 films, saw the writing on the wall in terms of theatres closing and pushed its release to the following August, then October, before finally landing on Christmas day, 2020.