It’s a weird time to be a DC fan these days. While certain parts of the new DC Universe seem to be in for a full-scale reboot — led by Gunn’s new pick for “Superman: Legacy,” David Corenswet — others seem to be trucking along as if nothing’s happened. Ezra Miller most recently starred in “The Flash,” which all but doubled down on the embattled actor’s portrayal of Barry Allen moving forward. That same movie also featured a post-credits tease starring Jason Momoa as Aquaman, leading into his next appearance in the upcoming sequel “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.” Ben Affleck seems to have wiped his hands clean of any future portrayals of Bruce Wayne, particularly with “Batman: The Brave and the Bold” taking on a new creative direction, so where exactly does this leave Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman?
Gadot doesn’t reveal any further details, including the key question of whether she will officially return in front of the camera as Diana once again. Reading between the lines, it’s possible she may only be involved in a behind-the-scenes capacity to help pass the torch to another actor … but that seems unlikely. If this truly does mean that the actor will once again suit up as the superpowered princess, we’ll almost certainly have to wait until both the WGA and SAG-AFTRA guilds receive new and fair deals to find out more information on how her future in the DC Universe will unfold. But for now, it appears we haven’t quite seen the last of Gadot as Diana Prince.