'Wonder Woman' Sequel Joined By 'The Expendables' Writer Dave Callaham

The pieces are falling into place for Warner Bros.' Wonder Woman sequel. They have a director now that Patty Jenkins has signed a record-breaking deal to return; they of course have a star in Gal Gadot; and now there's a co-writer to join Jenkins and Geoff Johns in crafting the Amazon princess's second solo adventure.

The Expendables and Godzilla writer Dave Callaham has come aboard to co-write the script, which is rumored to send Wonder Woman to America decades after the first movie which was set during WWI. There's also the chance her invisible jet shows up, too, although honestly I hope they leave that cheesy thing out.  Jenkins is said to have brought Callaham on herself, having worked with him on Jo Nesbo adaptation Jackpot, which she was going to direct before taking the Wonder Woman gig.

Wonder Woman 2 is set to open on December 13th 2019. [THR]