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Despite reports, Gal Gadot’s ‘Wonder Woman 3’ is not yet available for purchase.

Are there any plans for Warner Bros. and DC Studios to release a third “Wonder Woman” film?

While Gal Gadot claimed that James Gunn and Peter Safran had already announced their joint venture for “Wonder Woman 3,” sources close to the studio tell Variety that this is not happening.

Gadot shared with that he had considered portraying Wonder Woman in a third-person film as if it were not entirely true.

During a recent interview with Flaunt magazine, the actor suggested that “Wonder Woman 3” could be filmed in the future. Gadot also received assurance from Gunn and Safran that the film would be created after his appearance on the cover.

James Gunn and Peter Safran invited Gadot to meet him, and they informed him that he was in the best possible position to develop Wonder Woman 3.

According to sources who spoke to Variety, there was no assurance from Gadot about “Wonder Woman 3” or the possibility of his Wonder Woman continuing with the new DC Universe. Gunn and Safran revealed the first titles in their new series during a keynote speech earlier this year, including “Superman: Legacy,” and continue to prioritize these new movies.

A representative for Gadot has been contacted by Variety for additional information.

The DC Universe was founded by Gadot, who played the role of Wonder Woman in Zack Snyder’s film. She later went on to executive produce two standalone films: “Wonder Woman” and “World of Warcraft 1984,” before appearing in both “Justice League” (1984) and his WW3 counterpart in 1967.

In December, it was announced that “Wonder Woman 3” had fallen apart after Warner Bros. leadership failed to provide Jenkins with the necessary treatment for the sequel. Jenkins publicly walked out of the project, and this news came shortly after Gunn and Safran took over DC Studios and announced their plans to revamp the DC Universe, which led to speculation that Jenkins had blocked attempts to reshape “Women 3” to fit into their DC universe.

In a tweet, Jenkins expressed that he never left DC. “I was willing to consider any request I had made, but I recognized that there was no way for me to move forward at this time. DC is already caught up in changes, and I understand these decisions are challenging.”

After an hour had passed since Jenkins’ statement, Gunn defended her on Twitter, saying, “I can assure you, Peter and I were all pleasant and professional.”

During their press meeting in January to reveal the first chapter of “Gods and Monsters,” Gunn and Safran revealed that they were working on a prequel series called “Paradise Lost” for Max, which is set on the island of Themyscira before Wonder Woman’s birth.

Safran emphasized the importance of political intrigue in a society that is comprised of women.

During the promotional tour for the Netflix spy thriller “Heart of Stone,” which is being televised and released on August 11, Gadot made comments about “Wonder Woman 3” before the SAG-AFTRA strike.

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