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James Gunn and Peter Safran have been tasked with shaking up the DC Universe, and in doing so have abandoned several ideas from the past regime, such as the return of Henry Cavill as Superman and Patty Jenkins. Wonder Woman 3.

Many fans speculate that with the axing of the third part Wonder woman in the movie, Gal Gadot got “the boot” from DC. However, Gunn did provide some clarity on Gadot and her current whereabouts.

“I’m not sure where you get that we ‘booted’ Gal,” Gunn replied.

Gunn’s answer can be interpreted in two ways. 1. Gadot is still working with DC for a future look at Wonder Woman or 2. Gadot voluntarily left DC amid the change.

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Jenkins treatment Wonder Woman 3 was rejected by the new DC regime because it didn’t fit Gunn and Safran’s plans for the DC Universe.

“I never left. I was open to thinking whatever was required of me. I realized that there was nothing I could do to move anything forward at this point. DC is obviously overwhelmed with the changes they need to make, so I understand that these decisions are difficult right now,” Jenkins said in a statement.

Until then news Wonder Woman 3 It wasn’t happening under Jenkins’ direction, Gadot shared a hopeful message about sharing the superhero’s “next chapter” with fans.

“A few years ago, it was announced that I was going to play ‘Wonder Woman.’ I have been so grateful for the opportunity to play such an incredible, iconic character and more than anything, I thank YOU. The fans. I can’t wait to share her next chapter with you,” Gadot shared on social media.

Gunn has received a lot of backlash for his decisions as the DC Universe heads in a new direction. Suicide Squad The director addressed fans in a series of tweets calling for “disrespectful shouting”.

“Our choices for the DCU are based on what we think is best for the story and best for the DC characters who have been around for nearly 85 years. Maybe these choices are great, maybe not, but they were made with genuine heart and integrity and always with history in mind,” he tweeted.

Gunn continued. “We knew that this concert was going to be a turbulent time, and we knew that sometimes we would have to make difficult and not so obvious choices, especially after what happened before. us.”



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