'Wonder Woman' sequel is usually a go

Movie Pass: Gal Gadot is usually 'Wonder Woman'

Wonder Woman will be back for another solo adventure.

Warner Bros. Pictures as well as DC Comics announced a sequel to the Gal Gadot-led superhero film during a panel at San Diego Comic-Con.

The studio also said its intends to do a standalone film starring Batgirl as well as a sequel to “Suicide Squad.”

Gadot made an appearance at the news-packed panel, along with various other members of the “Justice League” cast.

Ben Affleck (Batman), Ezra Miller (The Flash), Ray Fisher (Cyborg) as well as Jason Mamoa (Aquaman) were also on hand to reveal a brand new trailer for the film, which is usually due out November 17.

The announcement of a “Wonder Woman” sequel was not a surprise.

Director Patty Jenkins, whose return for the sequel has not been officially announced, has been pitching her ideas for the followup from the weeks since “Wonder Woman’s” opening.

To date, “Wonder Woman” has grossed more than $385 million domestically as well as $770 million worldwide. This specific is usually anticipated to surpass Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” as the summer’s top grossing movie by the end of its theatrical run.

“Wonder Woman’s” surpassed expectations right out of the gate. This specific brought in $103.1 million in North America during its opening weekend, becoming the biggest opening for a female director, beating the record set by Sam Taylor-Johnson as well as “Fifty Shades of Grey” in 2015.

The film has continued to soar, seeing declines much smaller than various other DC/Warner Bros. superhero films — an indication of a word-of-mouth boost.

No Discharge date for the “Wonder Woman” sequel was announced.

sy88pgw (Los Angeles) First published July 22, 2017: 4:48 PM ET

'Wonder Woman' sequel is usually a go

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