Patty Jenkins is returning to direct "Wonder Woman 2" and is on the verge of becoming the highest-paid female director ever.
After overseeing the smash hit "Wonder Woman," which has grossed $800 million worldwide, Jenkins seemed a lock to take on the sequel. But at Comic-Con last month, while Warner Bros. announced the sequel, its release date (Dec. 13, 2019), and star Gal Gadot's return, the studio did not announce Jenkins' return.
It’s official: Patty Jenkins will return to direct the next Wonder Woman. It would be understandable if you had assumed months ago that this deal was already closed. Wonder Woman did, after all, become the first financial and critic...
A box office wonder. “Wonder Woman” smashed records this weekend to become the biggest domestic opening for a female director ever. Directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot under Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment, the film g...
As the first woman to direct a big-budget superhero movie, Patty Jenkins says she felt extra pressure to succeed. Her movie grossed more than $100 million in its opening weekend.
Warner Bros. and director Patty Jenkins are in final talks for Wonder Woman 2, which will make her the highest paid female director in history.