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.
After all of the acclaim heaped on Warner Brothers and DC for their record-breaking female filmmaker, Patty Jenkins has not been confirmed for film number two.
Before the filmmaker swooped in to catapult Diana to new heights, Charles Roven explained how convoluted Warner Brothers and DC were in the screenplay process.
Shifting from the dark cynicism of BvS and showcasing a hero unashamedly out to end evil, DC and Warner Brothers have finally scored big with the critics.
Citing "reverse sexism" as their grudge, a number of male DC fans have expressed their outrage at Alamo Drafthouse for the event exclusive to women.
The filmmaker discussed potential timelines for a DC sequel and looked back on what might have been with Marvel in Thor: The Dark World.
For many fans of the character, she carries the weight of years of struggle by the female gender to claim territory so often held by their male counterparts.
DC and Warner Brothers will be breathing a sigh of relief as early moviegoers give the female installment two big thumbs up.