Gal Gadot's threequel Wonder Woman 3 recently made headlines after it was claimed that it had been postponed.

Patty Jenkins, who also directed the original two movies, was said to have left the project, but she has since issued a statement explaining what really happened and why Wonder Woman 3 is still in limbo.

According to reports, the director abandoned Wonder Woman 3 after rejecting studio feedback on her treatment.

Many have also noted how Peter Safran and James Gunn's appointments as co-CEOs of DC Films came following Jenkins' alleged departure. Jenkins has finally clarified what truly occurred while issuing a message on her social media.

Patty stated on Twitter that "the alluring clickbait false story that it was I that killed it or went away started to spread when there started being anger about WW3 not happening.

Simply said, this is untrue. I never left the room. I was willing to do anything that was requested of me. I believed that at this point, there was nothing I could do to make progress.

I recognise that DC is now dealing with a lot of changes, so I can appreciate how challenging these choices are.

Jenkins continued in her comments by praising Gal Gadot and Lydia Carter, a former Wonder Woman who made a brief appearance in Wonder Woman 1984. She gushed over Gadot, calling her "the best gift I have gotten throughout this entire journey. a beloved companion, model, and sister.

James Gunn recently addressed Wonder Woman 3 rumours on social media, but the co-CEO of DC Films stated that he and Peter Safran make all decisions "in service of the story & in service of the DC CHARACTERS."

Gunn tweeted in response to Patty Jenkins' latest claim: "I can attest that all of Peter and my encounters with you have been only nice and professional."