Bad news for DC fans as Wonder Woman 3 is canceled from development by the alleged order of James Gunn. After taking the position as the co-head of DC Studios, it seems The Suicide Squad director wants some changes in the newly formed DCU.
Following reports of the cancelation of Wonder Woman 3, there are also rumors that Gunn is all set to remove Henry Cavill from the studios as well due to the eradication of Snyderverse.
James Gunn’s Canceled Wonder Woman 3 Gets Support
Directed by Patty Jenkins, the first part of the Wonder Woman franchise was released in 2017. Boasting an impressive storyline and directing skills, the film was praised and loved by billions.
The sequel, Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), however, received disappointing reviews. It was reported that while the shooting of Wonder Woman 3 was underway, the project was canceled due to an internal dispute within the DC Studios.
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Following the cancelation, people started tweeting about how wonderful the first movie was, as rumors of James Gunn canceling the third instalment started spreading. The people took to Twitter to express their gratitude to the Iranian actress, Gal Gadot, who portrayed the role beautifully since her part remains unconfirmed in the DCU.
The people clearly stand with another Wonder Woman movie and feel like giving director Patty Jenkins another chance at redemption. Wonder Woman 1984 was received terribly at the box office as it received a bare minimum of 5.4/10 on IMDB and 58% on Rotten Tomatoes. There are also rumors that the co-head of DC Studios, James Gunn wants to completely eradicate the Snyderverse building inside the DCU. The removal of Wonder Woman 3 from the DCU could be one of the solutions to the problem (one which the people clearly hate). Much like a coin, it’s not all bad for James Gunn since according to other reports, the director had nothing to do with the decision!
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