WOAH! Gal Gadot fans, the release date of Wonder Woman sequel is out!

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Wonder Woman sequel When Warner Brothers and DC Comics released Wonder Woman starring Gal Gadot little did they know that the film will receive so much appreciation amongst masses.

The tale of Diana Prince aka Princess Diana of Themyscira managed to charms the masses and how. The role played by Gal Gadot managed to grab a lot of attention and the film started exceeding its expected Box Office collection.

A sequel to the film was announced earlier and now the release date is out and we can tell you that you can already mark our date. As per reports in a portrayal, the sequel to Wonder Woman will release on December 13, 2019. Yes, you heard us right!

While the date has been announced makers are in talks with the Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins to return as the director for the sequel.

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Wonder Woman will officially roll into theaters on Dec. 13, 2019

The film managed to receive positive reviews from the critics and managed to earn of a moolah of $700 million gross and also took over Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 over the weekend.

In the first part, we saw Diana’s interaction with the human world and her fight with Aries, we can expect a lot of action in the sequel as well.

Will the film begin from the box she received from Bruce Wayne or will there be another twist in the tale, We’ll have to wait and watch.

Wonder Woman sequel out December 2019

Wonder Woman has quickly become one of DC and Warner Bros.’ most successful properties, both from a critical and box office standpoint. The film has garnered more than $700 million at the global box office and is the highest rated film in Warner Bros.’ DC Universe.

Warner Bros. confirmed this past weekend at San Diego Comic-Con that Wonder Woman would be receiving a sequel, but didn’t add anymore information at the time. Jenkins has previously spoken about how if she returned for a sequel, she’d like to make the followup film another period piece. Wonder Woman takes place at the end of World War I.