Fans Get Hyped For Wonder Woman 3 After Rogue Squadron Delay

A few days ago we heard a rumor that Patty Jenkins’ Star Wars: Rogue Squadron would be getting hit with a delay, which was confirmed yesterday. While no specific reasons were given other than the standard ‘scheduling conflicts’, it almost instantly saw DCEU sequel Wonder Woman 3 trending online.

It’s been a minute since we heard anything official regarding Jenkins’ sojourn into a galaxy far, far away, but it was only recently that the filmmaker confirmed Gal Gadot’s third solo outing as Diana Prince was moving forward, with the star gushing just the other day that she’s excited to be sharing the screen with her friend and predecessor Lynda Carter.

As you can see from the reactions below, fans are fully expecting Jenkins to make the most of Rogue Squadron‘s delay by jumping straight back into the DC sandbox to make Wonder Woman 3 her next movie.

Wonder Woman 3 was fast-tracked into active development days after 1984 came to theaters and HBO Max in December of last year, but the plan was always for Rogue Squadron to shoot first before Jenkins returned to Themiscyra. Now that’s changed, it’s not unreasonable to expect the superhero threequel to gain some serious momentum behind the scenes.

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