Update: Following Patty Jenkins’ statement, James Gunn responded, “I can confirm that all of Peter [Safran] And my dealings with you have been nothing but pleasant and professional.
previously: Patty Jenkins explains what happened Wonder Woman 3 And returning to her Rogue Squadron.
“Sag … I’m not one to talk about personal career issues, but I’m not going to let this mistake continue,” Jenkins said in a statement on Twitter.
“Here are the facts: 1 originally stayed Rogue Squadron After a long and fruitful development process when it became clear that this could not happen soon enough and I did not want to delay WW3 more When I did, Lucasfilm asked me to come back to RS after WW3, which I was proud of, so I agreed. They made me a new deal. In fact, I’m still at it and the project has been in active development ever since. I don’t know if it will happen or not. We never do this until the development process is complete, but I’m looking forward to the possibility.”
The filmmaker says she was not far from Bill amazing woman sequel but studio sources had previously stated its final date.
Jenkins continued, “When the backlash started about WW3 not happening, the sensational clickbait lie that it was me who killed it or got away with it was spread. It’s simply not true. .I never went. I was open to consider anything that was asked of me. It was my understanding that there was nothing to develop at this time. DC is clearly on Buried in the changes they have to make, I know these decisions are difficult right now.
“I don’t want what has been a beautiful journey with WW to come off on a negative note. I love and am so proud to be the person who made these last two Wonder Woman movies. She is an incredible character. Living in and around her values makes me a better person every day. I wish her and her legacy a great future with or without me.
Jenkins’ statement comes after it was reported that her treatment Wonder Woman 3 DC’s new owners James Gunn and Peter Safran did not come forward after her alleged disagreement with the notes.
More to come…