“Wonder Woman” is turning out to be a success with both critics and viewers, and that means one thing: sequel rumors. While Warner Bros. has not officially announced “Wonder Woman 2,” it seems inevitable, and director Patty Jenkins is already thinking about Diana’s next adventure. She has even discussed a few vague details about the follow up.

Location: The new movie, which hit theaters June 2, takes place mostly in Europe, but the sequel will take place stateside. “The story will take place in the U.S., which I think is right,” she told Entertainment Weekly. “She’s Wonder Woman. She’s got to come to America. It’s time.”

Time Period: Though “Wonder Woman” is framed as a flashback with Diana in modern day Paris, it sounds like a sequel would once again look to the past. When Uproxx asked Jenkins about making another “Wonder Woman 2” another period piece, the director confirmed that this is currently her plan.

“It is for sure – I’m definitely planning something more interesting using that period of time,” she said. “Definitely, it’s the plan. I can’t say what it is! But it’s definitely right in the pocket of what you’re talking about.”

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Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot are both signed on for “Wonder Woman 2.” Warner Bros.

Jenkins and Gadot: Both Jenkins and star Gal Gadot are signed on to return to “Wonder Woman 2” should the WB give it the green light, according to the Hollywood Reporter. That announcement probably isn’t far off considering the massive box office success of the original. Early estimates indicate that “Wonder Woman” surpassed the $95 million opening weekend projections. The Amazon princess’ origin story made $100.5 million domestically and $223 million worldwide. Jenkins also broke the record for largest opening weekend for a female director.

While the movie doesn’t end on a cliffhanger, it certainly hints that Diana has more to do. Jenkins seems to be hoping to get a sequel soon. She believes she has an important tale to tell. “I made ‘Wonder Woman.’ Now I want to make ‘Wonder Woman 2,’” she added to EW. “It’s a beautiful story to tell, an important time to tell it and with people that I love.”

Invisible Jet: Wonder Woman seemed to have all of her iconic tools with the exception of the invisible jet. Jenkins says that’ll change eventually. “The invisible jet is very important and ultimately we have to have the invisible jet,” Jenkins told Yahoo. “That’s a very big part of Wonder Woman.”

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“Wonder Woman 2” will take place in the U.S. Warner Bros.

“Wonder Woman” was only Diana Prince’s origin story, so there’s certainly room for more stories to be told. The movie shows Diana growing up in Themyscira and training to be a powerful warrior. When Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) crashes his plane near the island and tells Diana about the “war to end all wars,” the princess knows that Ares, the God of War, is back. She must fight him.

It seems like a second “Wonder Woman” movie is still a ways off, however. The DC Extended Universe (DCEU) schedule is packed. The company has about a dozen movies in development right now. Among them are a few others with females in the leading roles. “Gotham City Sirens” will show the dark side of DC’s fierce females. It will star Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Catwoman and Poison Ivy. “Batgirl,” written and directed by Joss Whedon, is also in development.

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Luckily, fans won’t have to wait long to see “Wonder Woman” on the big screen again. Diana Prince will return in the present day in “Justice League.” It looks like Batman (Ben Affleck) managed to win her over when her gave her that photo of Steve Trevor and their World War I crew.

In “Justice League,” Batman and Wonder Woman will recruit the Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and Aquaman (Jason Momoa) to help them fight Steppenwolf. The villain will be searching for the powerful Mother Boxes in the sequel, which will hit theaters Nov. 17.