Chris Pine is amazed that DC canceled Wonder Woman 3 and missed a golden opportunity

Chris Pine is amazed that DC canceled Wonder Woman 3 and missed a golden opportunity
Chris Pine is amazed that DC canceled Wonder Woman 3 and missed a golden opportunity

The actor highly values ​​both the work of Gal Gadot and that of director Patty Jenkins

We will never see the third part of the Wonder Woman saga, or at least that is not the intention of James Gunn and Peter Safran. The top officials of the DCEU They decided to dispense with the services of Gal Gadot and have kept the Amazon character in a drawer indefinitely. The cancellation of the project, of course, has affected the rest of the cast.

Among them stands out Chris Pine, who played Steve Trevor, the superheroine’s partner and love interest. It was during an interview with Business Insider where the actor expressed his disbelief at the rejection of Wonder Woman 3since the company is missing a unique opportunity.

“I’m stunned that they turned down a billion-dollar franchise and decided to change course. I don’t know what the reasoning was behind that; it’s above my pay grade, but Wonder Woman is an incredible character; Patty is a director so thoughtful.”

Wonder Woman 1984 was the second installment of the saga with Gadot at the helm, which was released in 2020 and he barely managed to raise 169 million dollars Worldwide. The first film did garner more praise and, although the actress revealed that Gunn was in talks with her to reprise the role, it was ultimately not included in the future plans of the cinematographic universe.

On the other hand, Pine is clear that “it would be ridiculous to try to bring me back,” in reference to his character’s fate in the last film. Even Jenkins had to convince him to return once again.

“He had no interest in playing the boyfriend, and he sounded like a second fiddle. So when talking to Patty, the way he described it was, ‘Forget about being a superhero, this is a romance, this is ‘Casablanca.'” That’s the movie I want to make.’ I was like, oh, that’s cool because when have you ever seen a superhero movie that was a love story that didn’t have anything to do with blowing things up?

Of course, DC is developing a new series about the archipelago of the paradise islandsbut it is not at all clear that Diana will appear with the rest of the warriors in her home hidden from the rest of the world.

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