TGL Round-Up: Wonder Woman 2 Release Date, James Cameron Considering New Terminator Trilogy, Damon Lindelof Unsure About Watchmen Future
Wonder Woman has earned its right to a sequel.
Talks with Patty Jenkins, the director of the original, are ongoing.
Gadot will next appear as Diana Prince in November’s Justice League, alongside Ben Affleck’s Batman, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, Ezra Miller’s Flash and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg as the DC superhero dream team.
Wonder Woman 2, the follow-up to this year’s superhero hit, will hit theatres Dec. 13, 2019.
James Cameron is allegedly mulling over a Terminator trilogy reboot.
In 2018, the rights to the Terminator franchise revert back to James Cameron, and the originator of the series has been working with current rights holder David Ellison to make plans to reinvigorate the series.
Word leaked earlier this year that Cameron was looking to oversee a new Terminator reboot, with Deadpool director Tim Miller eyed to take the helm.
News broke recently that HBO would develop a series based on the comic book series, Watchmen, with Lost’s Damon Lindelof as the creative head.
Lindelof denied the story in an interview. “As of right now, I haven’t had any meetings with HBO about ‘Watchmen,’ ” he stated plainly to TV Line.