Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan, who recently watched the latest superhero adventure, Wonder Woman 1984, in the cinema hall with his kids Hrehaan and Hridaan Roshan and ex-wife Sussanne Khan, thanked Hollywood star Gal Gadot for being the flawless Wonder Woman on screen.
Unfortunately Jenkins didn't reveal how she intended on bringing things to a close, but her ending presumably wouldn't have relied so heavily of CGI and spectacle.
The film is a sequel to the 2017 hit Wonder Woman, with Gal Gadot reprising the titular superhero and her alter ego Diana Prince. "What I love is that it's a metaphor, not only for loss and losing people, but it's also for just relationships ending, when you realize you have to walk forward and you can't just sit and pine for what didn't work out". HBO Max shared the opening scene to "Wonder Woman 1984", showcasing a very adorable little Wonder Woman. So, that's when her first solo film took place, but it left Jenkins wanting more.
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Moving from the beginning to a possible end, Daniel Warren Johnson created a critically acclaimed post apocalyptic vision of Wonder Woman's future in "Wonder Woman: Dead Earth".
Recently, Jenkins herself had expressed concerns about his return to directing a third chapter on Wonder Woman: "I prepared the whole story for Wonder Woman 3, a story we were super excited about".
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"The story continues after this in movies that I may or may not direct, but I have two more stories that become the completion of this story and it's all about women stepping in as women, in the most loving kind pure and natural way", Jenkins told EW.
The first film leaves us at the end of World War I, but this sequel jumps us to 1984, right in the middle of the Cold War.
Nola Ojomu of Metro praised Gadot, 35, for her portrayal of Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, writing in her review that the actress "once again dazzles in the role, projecting every moment of strength and struggle Diana faces when challenges come her way".
"We were in London at that time and it was going to be too phony-looking to try to re-create Washington, D.C., in summertime", Jenkins says.
Upon the film's release Gadot wrote, 'Can't wait to hear what you think!