It was revealed earlier this week that Warner Bros. would not be moving forward with Wonder Woman 3, which came as a shock to DC fans.But it's now been reported that it was scrapped after director Patty Jenkins - who helmed the first two female-led superhero movies - rejected studio notes on her treatment for the sequel which led to her exiting the project, according to The Wrap.According to sources, Jenkins had turned in her treatment last week and it was not well received by studio execs.
Exit: It's been reported that Wonder Woman 3 was scrapped after director Patty Jenkins rejected studio notes on her treatment for the sequel which led to her exiting the project, according to The Wrap; Jenkins seen in 2019Warner Bros.
Film Group Co-Chairpersons and CEOs Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy were cited as the ones who rejected Jenkins' treatment and did not plan to 'move forward with the film in its current iteration.'It was also claimed that the studio's new CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran agreed that Jenkins' version of the film didn't work.This was communicated to Jenkins and De Luca and Abdy wondered if the director would be willing to move the sequel in a different direction.It was alleged that pair's offer was refused by Jenkins and she accused them of not understanding her vision or the trajectory of Wonder Woman as a whole.'[Jenkins] let them know that they were wrong, that they didn't understand her, didn't understand the character, didn't understand character arcs and didn't understand what Jenkins was trying to do,' an insider claimed.
Involvement: Jenkins helmed the first two movies starring Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman; the pair seen shooting Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)Jenkins also reportedly emailed De Luca and.Read more on dailymail.co.uk