There is a brief update on Wonder Woman 2 that might help fans go through their days of anxious waiting for the upcoming sequel.
According to a new report from Omega Underground earlier today, director Patty Jenkins will be returning to the United Kingdom this summer to begin filming at the familiar Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden, England.
The same stage has been used by the company for a number of recent blockbusters in the DC Extended Universe. This includes the first Wonder Woman as well as Justice League–both hitting the silver screens last year. The space has also been utilized for other projects outside of the superhero genre; including Sherlock Holmes, Inception, Edge of Tomorrow, and all of the movies in the Harry Potter franchise.
The setting for the plot is still unclear for Wonder Woman 2 but it is believed that the sequel will take place in the midsts of the Cold War during the 80s. If that comes to be true, the Soviet Union will likely be the chief antagonists in the storyline. We will then be seeing the princess of the Amazons putting down whatever threat the socialist state hopes will grant them victory.
It was reported last week that the upcoming movie will be the first to adopt new policies outlined by the Producers Guild of America to combat sexual harassment on and off the set. The voluntary organization hopes that the steps taken will help safeguard potential victims and for witnesses to report any incidents.
Wonder Woman 2 is still slated for a release in theaters on November 1, 2019.