It hasn't been long since James Gunn decided that the new DCU slate aka Chapter One: Gods and Monsters wasn't going to need Henry Cavill as the Man of Steel and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. While the Wonder Woman actress has yet to address any potential future in the DCU, her response on Twitter seemingly suggests she does.
Recently speaking on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania star Evangeline Lilly was asked on which random superhero she would want to do a movie with, and the actress had one thing to say:
“I’m gonna say that it’d be really cool to do—even though normally I’m really down on DC, I’m just gonna be honest here—a Wonder Woman-Wasp crossover, where like, DC meets Marvel.” Lilly continued on to say, “Wouldn’t you want to do it with Wonder Woman? C’mon. Gal Gadot?”
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In response to this, Gal Gadot took to Twitter her enthusiastic response in a potential Marvel-DC crossover film with the Wasp: “Let’s do it” with a heart and ‘X’ gesture emoji, indicating that the former Wonder Woman actress is definitely on board with the crossover film!
While Wonder Woman 3 is currently still a no-go for DC Studios, the new co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran did announce a Wonder Woman origin TV show and left the door open for the possibility of Gadot reprising her role.
However, no official confirmation has been made yet, so honestly, Gadot’s enthusiasm to return as her first public statement since the cancellation of her threequel is more than enough to hype fans up in hopes that she does get to be the iconic Amazonian again.
As for the Marvel-DC crossover, Feige seems to have remained friendly with Gunn over the years, and seeing as both franchises are exploring the multiverse, there’s a high chance that the crossover could happen in the near future.
For now, we might have to wait for Gunn and Safran to address Gadot’s future return, seeing as DC’s next upcoming film is The Flash starring the return of Michael Keaton’s Batman.
DC's The Flash is set to hit theaters on June 16.