After many years of development, a Wonder Woman movie is finally set to hit theaters on June 23rd, 2017. The film will star Gal Gadot, who first appears as Diana Prince in next year’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Michelle MacLaren (Breaking Bad) will direct and work on the script with Pan‘s Jason Fuchs. Other than that, not much is known about this movie. However, a new report reveals when we can expect it to begin filming.
Deadline has learned that Gadot is in talks to join Fox 2000’s film Keeping Up with the Joneses, which will star Jon Hamm, Zach Galifianakis and Isla Fisher. However, the site has also learned that Gadot will shoot Wonder Woman this fall. This start date makes sense; DC’s next production, Suicide Squad, will film from April to September. And Justice League Part One, where Gadot will also play Wonder Woman, will undergo production in 2016 for a November 2017 theatrical release. Perhaps Wonder Woman will film from, say, September to early 2016, Gadot takes a break for a month or two, and then she goes on to shoot Justice League.
Plus, the Wonder Woman script will likely be finished by this fall, and theoretically, the movie will fill out its supporting cast this summer. Hopefully, we receive more official news soon.
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