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Which ‘Wonder Woman’ Star Wants in on the Sequel?

*Spoiler Alert* if you have not seen Wonder Woman yet.

With the success of Wonder Woman, everyone wants a piece of the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel. While actors and actresses will probably being trying to get a role in the sequel, what about the actors that didn’t make it through the first film? By the end of the film we were left with 4 major deaths through the story, Ares played by David Thewlis, Chris Pine’s character Steve Trevor, Danny Huston’s villainous General Ludendorff, and Robin Wright’s General Antiope.

Well recently E! news caught up with actresses Robin Wright while she was out promoting her new role in Blade Runner 2049. During the interview Wright was asked if she would like to return to the planned sequel to which she replied “I would absolutely return and do a sequel, for sure! C’mon girl power!”Well it has been reported that she will be back for a part in Justice League as General Antiope in a potential flashback scene that involves the Amazonians facing off against Steppenwolf’s parademon army.

Where the problem lies is how would Robin Wright get back in Wonder Woman 2. It doesn’t seem likely that we would get General Antiope in the future Wonder Woman sequel as director Patty Jenkins has stated that she wants to jump sometime further into the future to fill the gaps between Wonder Woman and Batman vs Superman where we first meet Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman.

Personally, one of the biggest disappointments for me in Wonder Woman was the death of Robin Wright’s General Antiope. She was such a badass and one of my favorite character’s in the movie. I love Robin Wright as an actor and can’t get enough of her so if I can somehow get more of her without making the movie look bad, sign me up!

What do you guys think? Would you want to see Robin Wright’s General Antiope in the upcoming Wonder Woman 2? Or is she better left as dead? Let me know in the comments below!

 

 

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