Marvel’s Captain America Congratulates DC’s Wonder Woman on Twitter

“Wonder Woman” is getting a lot of praise after its opening weekend, and it deserves it. Indeed, nearly three times as many people have lived on the International Space Station than have created films that break the $100 million opening weekend mark, and that’s a triumph worthy of note for any gender. Given how Wonder Woman shattered all expectations, one would hope that director Patty Jenkins would already be signed on to direct Wonder Woman 2. She has single handedly saved the DCEU.Luke Evans, who appeared as the villain in Fast & Furious 6, also spoke of his admiration for Gadot and her portrayal of Wonder Woman.We caught up with stars of the film Gal Gadot, Chris Pine and Robin Wright to talk about their experiences of working on the exciting new superhero film. “I mean, you made this movie what it is, and your love and support for this character and myself are not to be taken for granted”, she continues.Bear in mind, spoilers for Wonder Woman will be discussed in this article so click away if you have not watched it. “I’d love to be just like her when I’m older”. “Wonder Woman” also broke the record for the most successful opening weekend for a movie directed by a woman.”Diana is very like me, so Patty just told me to be natural and let my own character come through”, Aspell recalled. “Wonder Woman” is now screening at US theaters. Regardless of setting, Jenkins admits she is excited to work on “Wonder Woman 2” because of Diana’s handsome story that should be shared to all.According to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio only had Jenkins signed to a one-film deal for Wonder Woman, though executives are looking to open up negotiations soon.While “Wonder Woman 2” may take place in America if ever it gets green-lighted, its would-be time setting remains unclear. “It’s a handsome story to tell, an important time to tell it and with people that I love”, the director explained.