"Wonder Woman 1984," the highly-anticipated follow-up to 2017's "Wonder Woman," has reportedly run into some snags behind the scenes while filming. As the movie is said to have begun reshoots, reports began to emerge that painted a picture of a movie in trouble, but is that truly the case?

According to Star, director Patty Jenkins and producer-star Gal Gadot are scheduling the aforementioned reshoots and considering shooting in L.A. over Europe because it's cheaper.

"They've left some complicated sequences until the end of the schedule because they wanted the first part of the shoot to focus on the emotions and the story. But this is cutting it close," an insider told the publication. The tabloid claims these moves are said to be making the studio nervous. Continuing, the source said, "The sequel has a much higher budget than the first - and far bigger expectations attached."

A rep for Warner Bros., the studio behind "Wonder Woman 1984," called the story "completely untrue," and Gossip Cop supported that statement. In fact, the site notes that there were reports that reshoots started several weeks ago and were taking place in London.

Additionally, Star's claim about reshoots being unusual is entirely false as extra photography on films of this size are a common practice and not a sign of anything chaotic going on during production. Other recent blockbusters that have done reshoots include "Avengers: Endgame," "Spider-Man: Far From Home," "Shazam!" and "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," just to name a few.

As The Mary Sue notes, there have been plenty of "Wonder Woman 1984" rumors that seem to be entirely false, and that isn't a new trend. Before "Wonder Woman" came out in 2017, similar stories claimed the movie would be a trainwreck. It went on to be the most critically acclaimed film in the DC Extended Universe, so fans probably don't need to worry about the sequel.

"Wonder Woman 1984" is set to hit theaters on June 5, 2020.

Wonder Woman 1984
Gal Gadot stars in "Wonder Woman 1984." Warner Bros.