The DC Universe is going through a turbulent time. It all started with Gal Gadot dropping out of production on Wonder Woman Chapter 3. Now, there are reports coming in that Wonder Woman might not return to the universe in the next few years. However, new co-CEO James Gunn finally addressed and responded to the rumors. Scroll down to know her reaction.
Not only Wonder Woman, DC also ended its tie up with Dwayne Johnson after Black Adam’s solo film, Henry Cavill quit the universe from being Superman, several cast members have been recast – Lots of other stuff happening since James Gunn and Peter Safran sat in the CEO chairs.
A recent report from Variety claims that Wonder Woman is starring girl gadot Won’t be returning to the DC universe for the next few years. And since this update, fans are going crazy to know that their favorite female superhero will not be gracing their screens. Now, James Gunn replied to one of the DC fans on his Twitter handle. Rejecting this report he wrote “I hereby reject it (simply because it is not true).”
@JamesGunn Please dismiss it 😭
— ʬsiren (@dcabove) January 4, 2023
Another report that is doing the rounds is this ezra miller Will continue as The Flash after his first solo film in the upcoming future but James Gunn and Peter Safran only have a 3 year slate with DC. Although James Gunn shot down the rumor about his slate, he also didn’t give any concrete feedback about Ezra’s future as the Flash. His tweet could be read as, “I don’t know what about Ezra but our slate is 8 to 10 years (but we will only announce something this month).”
Can you discuss all of the Ezra Miller/Variety reports regarding the notion that your slate is only 3 years worth of projects?
— RJ (@ResonantJustice) January 5, 2023
Well, in December last year, Patty Jenkins opened up about the ending of Wonder Woman Chapter 3 and took to her Twitter handle to share her thoughts about it. An excerpt from his tweet can be read as, “When the backlash about WW3 not happening started spreading, the catchy clickbait false narrative that it was me who killed it or made it go. This is simply not true. I’ve never walked I was open to consider whatever was asked of me. It was my understanding that there was nothing I could do to move anything forward at this time. DC is clearly overwhelmed with the changes they’re having to make, so I understand these decisions are difficult right now.
What do you think will be the future of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman in the DC universe?
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