• Patty Jenkins has "two more stories" for the "Wonder Woman" franchise
  • However, she has no idea if she would be directing the other installments
  • Gal Gadot said she and Jenkins have not yet discussed the third movie 

Patty Jenkins has revealed that she has “two more stories” to tell to complete the “Wonder Woman” saga; however, she doesn’t know if she’ll be part of the other projects or not.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the 49-year-old filmmaker opened up about the possibilities of the next installment, revealing that the story would definitely continue after the second film even if she doesn’t return to wear the director’s hat for the next one.

According to Jenkins, both stories are all about women making a big difference in the world.

“The story continues after this in movies that I may or may not direct, but I have two more stories that become the completion of this story and it’s all about women stepping in as women, in the most loving kind pure and natural way,” Jenkins told EW.

“And making a difference in the world without having to change who they are to do it,” Jenkins added.

Her comments come almost a day after Gal Gadot shared that she and Jenkins have not discussed the third film and do not know when it will happen. However, Gadot admitted that she would love to do it because it would be a great closure for the character‘s story.

“I don’t know, it’s interesting. We don’t talk about it. But yes, we have no idea. I would love to do another one because the story is great and with Patty of course. But we don’t know, we’ll just have to wait and see,” Gadot said.

However, the third film might take a lot of time to get conceptualized because Jenkins has been tapped to direct the new “Star Wars” movie called “Rogue Squadron.” She is the first female director to helm a “Star Wars” movie.

The second film in the “Wonder Woman” franchise, titled “Wonder Woman 1984,” is receiving positive feedbacks from the critics as well as the audiences who already got the chance to see the movie.

The critics praised the film for instilling hope in the minds of people and also applauded Gadot’s acting. Meanwhile, Pedro Pascal and Kristen Wiig are being touted as scene-stealers.

“Wonder Woman 1984” is scheduled to hit screens and HBO Max on Dec. 25.

Director Patty Jenkins and actress Gal Gadot will return for "Wonder Woman 1984," selected as 2020's most anticipated film
Director Patty Jenkins and actress Gal Gadot will return for "Wonder Woman 1984," selected as 2020's most anticipated film GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Alberto E. Rodriguez