The third Wonder Woman movie from Patty Jenkins with star Gal Gadot will not move forward under the new DC leadership. New bosses James Gunn and Peter Safran prepare to launch DC Studios and guide superhero movies for the next half decade.

The Hollywood Reporter, citing sources, said that Jenkins recently turned in her treatment, which she co-wrote with Geoff Johns. Gunn, Safran, as well as co-chairs and co-CEOs of Warner Bros. Pictures Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy, told her that the project did not fit with the new plans that are under works. The two previous Gal Gadot films, which were released in 2017 and 2020, were directed and co-written by Jenkins. 

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Who is Patty Jenkins?

Patty Jenkins was born in Victorville, California, to William T. Jenkins, a U.S. Air Force officer and fighter pilot who earned a Silver Star in the Vietnam War, and Emily Roth, who later worked in San Francisco as an environmental scientist.

Jenkins’ older sister is Elaine Roth, her younger sister is Jessica Jenkins Murphy. When she was seven years old, her father died during a NATO mock dogfight at the age of 31.

She received her undergraduate degree in Painting from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in 1993, and a master’s degree in directing from the American Film Institute’s AFI Conservatory in 2000.

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Jenkins has directed the film Monster, she won the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature and the Franklin J. Schaffner Award from the American Film Institute (AFI).

For the pilot episode of the series The Killing (2011), she received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination and the Directors Guild of America award for Best Directing in a Drama Series. In 2017, she was placed in the sixth place for Time’s Person of the Year.