“Comic book movie fans may not have seen the last of Kristen Wiig’s Barbara Minerva, the lonely Smithsonian worker who transforms into the villainous Cheetah during “Wonder Woman 1984,” according to the sources.
The doors are open for Cheetah
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In an interview,the director Patty Jenkins said that she left the fate of cheetah unreadable at the end of Wonder women 1984 but now the door of their character is open so hopefully we can say that the character will return in the next series of Wonder women.
The fans said that they never see Pedro Pascal in it. In the last episode, arbara had seen the sunrise and at that time it had no power to convert her into Cheetah. And the fans also think that it is not a complete story. Only for their wish the creator wants to launched new series.
Patty recently not announce that she will come or not in another series. But the director wants that she will come only to play the role of cheetah in it.
Entry of Warner Bros. in Wonder Woman
When we talking about Warner Bros so you already declare that after completing the Wonder Women series in 1984 they will trying to make another series very fast and in that both gal Gadot and Jenkins back in Wonder Women part 3.
Certain fact about it
There is a fact that the movie was Kristen Wiig’s Barbara Minerva, with the actress is best known for her work in the comedy genre proving surprisingly capable as the villain of a $200 million comic book blockbuster.
Barbara return a rumors or not
There is a question which is really very important for their fans that Barbara will return on it or it just a rumor and all. It also appears that ‘Wonder Woman’ think to bring Diana Prince into the near future.
When the sequel of Wonder Woman 3 arrived then the creator actively work hard for its development. The Warner Bros. are very happy when the director suggests this to them.
In an interview with reporter, Jenkins confirmed , “she was already developing “Wonder Woman 3” ideas and appeared certain that she ‘was not doing another period piece’ to close out the trilogy.”
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