Upon the home digital release of the DC blockbuster, the director opened up on dealing with the acclaim, what she wants from the sequel and if a reunion with Charlize Theron is on the cards.
The 63-year old director has never been one to hide his opinion, but this take on the 2017 DC installment has certainly caused a stir.
With a number of filmmakers giving their version to Warner Brothers, executives were left uninspired as the project is back at square one
A new report has emerged to suggest that Gal Gadot's heroine will be fronting up for Ezra Miller's standalone DC debut.
The first half of the calendar year has thrown up a genuine mixed bag at the theaters this year, as we examine the early contenders for Oscar glory and Razzie shame.
The 2017 smash hit from Patty Jenkins has officially scored a sequel as the follow up title earmarks 2019, while one filmmaker considers walking from the DCEU altogether.
The comic book icon has outlined his plan for a new interpretation to the Man of Steel, giving Kal-El the Dark Knight treatment that might translate to the big screen.
With Chris Pine believed to be returning as Steve Trevor, Patty Jenkins is setting her sights on a return for the DC heroine set during Cold War tensions
Needing to convince herself that a sequel could live up to the original, the director has put pen to paper with Warner Brothers and DC.
The actress's salary of $300,000 does not compare favorably to her Justice League colleagues who bank tens of millions for their work.
Kevin Feige gave an in-depth chat to Allocine, arguing that the Marvel-DC divide is nothing but a media beat-up while flirting with more 18 plus titles.
The filmmaker revealed this week to Playboy that the DC actress was thrust upon her and went against her initial wishes.