If you check out the above scene, we don't technically see Gal Gadot's character dying, so there is a chance that she could return to the franchise, especially after the success she has tasted with Wonder Woman.
Director Patty Jenkins had only directed one other feature film, Monster (2003), which earned Charlize Theron an Academy Award for Best Actress.
The biggest spoiler came from a Wonder Woman cast member.
When asked if there is more to be seen of Hippolyta and Diana (Gal Gadot), Gadot responds: "Of course; mother and daughter relationship is always a lovely but complex relationship".
Seeing how well Wonder Woman has performed at the box office along with garnering massive critical acclaim across the globe, it nearly seems like a no-brainer that Jenkins will be approached for the sequal.
"Wonder Woman" star Robin Wright has revealed she will be appearing in the "Justice League" movie alongside co-star Connie Nielsen and the ensemble of superheroes. She didn't just make history as a woman director, her film was extremely successful by any standards. But even more, we need real-life heroes like Gadot.
Wonder Woman broke all norms pertaining to what a superhero movie should be so, it seems fitting that the film should be awarded for it. "On wide shots I looked very amusing, like Wonder Woman pregnant with Kermit the Frog", Gal was reported as saying. She can save "the world of men" because she's immune to their bullshit. "So we added her seeing the horses being whipped". A woman under both physical and moral duress, discovering her capacities as a savior. Diana, Amazon warrior princess, joins the fight to save mankind after a pilot, played by Chris Pine, crashes onto her homeland of Amazon Island and shares news of an impending world war. In recent years DC characters have found a new home on the CW, with had its own collection of crossover shows like "The Flash", "Arrow", "Supergirl" and "Legends of Tomorrow". Your love and support for this character and myself are not to be taken for granted.
Wonder Woman has changed that, or at least put the wheels in motion.