[USA], May 27 (ANI): The first 'Wonder Woman' movie will hit the theatres worldwide next week, but talks of its sequel has already begun.
Gal Gadot, who plays the titular character in the upcoming 'Wonder Woman' movie, feels she would like to explore Princess Diana's younger days in the sequel, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
"She's 3,000! So it's hard to just pick one, but I would love to explore the early years of her in man's world," she said.
While attending the premiere of the movie, director Patty Jenkins caught up with Heat Vision to discuss about a possible sequel and positive early reactions for the project.
When asked about the sequel, Jenkins said, "I think you need to have a strong vision of your own."
"We had a bunch of fan screenings yesterday and they named their favorite scenes, and every single one named different scenes," added Jenkins while talking about fans' early reactions.
The world premiere saw original TV 'Wonder Woman' Lynda Carter, who struck a heroic pose for the cameras.
Earlier, Warner Bros cancelled the London premiere for 'Wonder Woman', in light of Monday's terrorist attack at an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena in England.
Patty Jenkins before the screening took to stage and acknowledged the victims of the attack.
'Wonder Woman' will hit the theatres on June 2 worldwide. The movie stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine and Robin Wright in pivotal roles. (ANI)