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‘Wonder Woman II’ in the works, Warner Bros. announces

Film studio reveals sequel at comic book event in San Diego, with crowd ‘losing its mind’ over movie’s star Gal Gadot

Gal Gadot in a scene from 'Wonder Woman.' (Clay Enos/Warner Bros. Entertainment via AP)
Gal Gadot in a scene from 'Wonder Woman.' (Clay Enos/Warner Bros. Entertainment via AP)

Warner Bros. studios officially announced that it will produce a sequel to its wildly successful “Wonder Woman” film, but it hasn’t said if Israeli actress Gal Gadot will reprise her role in the movie.

Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Comics announced the follow-up, called “Wonder Woman II,” at the Comic-Con in San Diego, according to reports.

The movie reportedly will be set during the Cold War with the Soviets. A release date has not been announced.

“Wonder Woman” has surpassed $600 million at the box office worldwide, making it the sixth-highest grossing film of 2017, with Gadot in the leading role.

Gadot arrived at Comic-Con on Saturday to participate in a panel with her co-stars in the upcoming “Justice League” movie. “Gal Gadot is here and Comic-Con is losing its mind,” the Los Angeles Times reported.

Israeli actress Gal Gadot seen during an autograph signing at Comic-Con International 2017 in San Diego on July 22, 2017. (Mike Coppola/Getty Images/AFP)
Israeli actress Gal Gadot seen during an autograph signing at Comic-Con International 2017 in San Diego on July 22, 2017. (Mike Coppola/Getty Images/AFP)
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