While Warner has announced the film will hit U.S. theatres on 13 December 2019, it has not yet confirmed whether director Patty Jenkins will remain at the helm. Gal Gadot returns, of course, and Patty Jenkins is expected to direct, though her deal has not yet been finalised.
Jenkins' "Wonder Woman" is still chugging along at the box office, with over $389.7 million from North American theaters. However, despite director Patty Jenkins' success with the first film, Jenkins has not been confirmed to direct the sequel.
"#Wonder Woman 2" is officially on and has received a December 13, 2019, premiere as announced by Warner Brothers on Tuesday evening.
The DC Extended Universe - the film arm of the comic book giant - has been struggling to compete with rival Marvel ever since Christopher Nolan bid farewell to the Dark Knight.
After being introduced last year in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", Wonder Woman returned in her standalone movie this summer, only this time, the clock turned back 100 years to tell her origin story.
After much hemming and hawing, we finally have a Wonder Woman 2 release date. She told Entertainment Weekly in April, when speaking of a sequel: "The story will take place in the USA, which I think is right".
Wonder Woman 2 is reportedly set in the '80s at the tail end of the Cold War.
But fans won't have to wait for a full year and a half before they get to see Gal Gadot in action.