Gal Gadot Says Wonder Woman 3 Is in "the Best Hands"

is definitely coming back as to play Diana Prince in as a part of James Gunn and Peter Safran's . Earlier this month, the actress confirmed that a third movie of her adventures as the famous Amazon was in development, and now she offers more details about her future as the popular hero.

Even when was not so well received as the first movie starring Gadot and directed by Patty Jenkins, there's no doubt that the actress' version of Diana Prince has been one of the most celebrated aspects of the franchise since she first appeared in , so when David Zaslav announced a reboot of their universe based on DC characters, many fans were shocked by the thought of Gadot not playing the character anymore.

Fortunately, it seems like she won't be sharing the same fortune as Ben Affleck's Batman and Henry Cavill's Superman. , Gadot offered further details on her future as while describing the meeting she had with Gunn and Safran about her role in the franchise:

from 2017 was one of the biggest hits for the , which was recently dethroned as the highest-grossing film exclusively directed by a woman by , another major blockbuster from Warner Bros. Pictures.


Gal Gadot Could Return as Wonder Woman Before the Third Film

Of course the actress announcement of a third movie being in development doesn't mean that it'll be one of the next projects within the new , but she could return as sooner than expected. As a part of the list of the first productions announced for the first phase of the new franchise, titled , Gunn confirmed that a tv series based on the mythology of the Amazons was coming to Max.

The show will be set on Themyscira, and although it may take place before the birth of Diana, the events narrated on the plot could lead to that moment, connecting with the next movie or even with the first film, working as a prequel to Gadot's adventures as the hero.

And that's not all. Earlier this year, Gunn revealed that he was interested in developing new animated content related to . And as DC Studios co-CEO has already confirmed, any actor that plays a part in the new franchise in the animated format will reprise that same role in live-action, which means if an animated movie or series center on gets made as part of the new canon, Gadot will play the part even if it's just to lend her voice.