After the success that Wonder Woman had in 2017, the director Patty Jenkins announced that the second part of the film would have a sequel.
With the title ‘ Wonder Woman 1984 ‘, many fans of Princess Diana and Gal Gadot believed it would be a direct sequel to the first part. However, this has been ruled out by Charles Roven, the producer of the film.
According to Roven, the reason why Patty Jenkins decided to title ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, instead of ‘ Wonder Woman 2’, is because the film production will be independent.
“I was determined (Patty Jenkins) to make this film the next iteration of Wonder Woman, but not a sequel, and she’s certainly doing that.
It’s an entirely different time frame, and you’ll have an idea of what Diana / Wonder Woman had been doing in the intervening years. But it is an altogether different story that we are telling.
Although it will have many of the same emotional things, a lot of humor, a lot of brave action, pull the strings of the heart too, “explained Roven.
Also, I add that the second part will be an independent film such as the James Bond or Indiana Jones films.
This perhaps contradicts with the filtered photos of the shoot where Steve Trevor is seen, a character that was seen in the first installment.
All answers will be given on June 5, 2020, the date on which Wonder Woman 1984 will premiere.