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Lynda Carter Thinks ‘Wonder Woman 3’ Can Only Happen If Fans Put Pressure On DC

The actress played the DC hero in the original ‘Wonder Woman’ series.

Lynda Carter made a cameo as Asteria in the post-credits of ‘Wonder Woman 1984.’ There were talks of expanding her role in the next installment at the time, but the plans were scrapped along with the DCEU.

Carter recently spoke about possibly getting a ‘Wonder Woman 3’ with Yahoo! Entertainment by saying:

“I don’t think they want to do it unless there’s enough pressure from fans. I just don’t think they have the mind to do it. And I don’t understand that, because it seems to me that Wonder Woman is different from other characters.”

She shared her thoughts about the character and her franchise as follows:

“She’s not just a superhero. Her whole thing is about peaceful solutions. She’s not aggressive to be aggressive. It’s a different story. It’s about inner strength, outer strength. I don’t know why they tabled it, because it’s a great franchise.”

The Actress Loved The First Film

The original ‘Wonder Woman’ show aired in the late ’70s. Gal Gadot took up the mantle in 2017 under Patty Jenkins’ direction. Carter praised the director and the actress for their work in ‘Wonder Woman’:

“I have to give a lot of credit to Patty and Gal because the interest in my show had peaked when they came on the scene.”

The 72-year-old explained:

“[Their vision of Wonder Woman] was intentional — and how I played the character was intentional. To be good, kind, strong, and do everything for the right reasons. Even when she was angry, she was angry at the right people.”

No Hope For The Sequel At The Moment

Patty Jenkins went back to her ‘Star Wars: Rogue Squadron’ gig after ‘Wonder Woman 3’ was canceled. The director recently confirmed that the film is off the table ‘for the time being, easily forever.’

She told the ‘Talking Pictures’ podcast:

“They aren’t interested in doing any ‘Wonder Woman’ for the time being. It’s not an easy task, with what’s going on with DC. James Gunn and Peter Safran have to follow their own heart into their own plans. I don’t know what they are planning on doing or why, so I have sympathy for what a big job it is and they have to follow their heart and do what they’ve got planned.”

The DCU’s first big release will be ‘Superman’ and star David Corenswet. The movie will come out on July 11, 2025.

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