The sequel to Wonder Woman is already in development, and the director Patty Jenkins has already gotten to work with the first steps in the face of its per-production. In a recent interview for Vanity Fair, Jenkins said that one of the most important elements needed for the film is to capture the tone.
I was obsessed with the tone. It was the most difficult. Particularly because the story we were talking about could easily get sidetracked with any of the chapters. You start out in a fantasy world with women in suits, and then you go to real life, to the England of World War I. And then you end up in the supernatural, and then you have a love story.
Jenkins took extreme measures to keep the tone of Wonder Woman.
Involved all my department heads every week. I sat and gave a hammer. We had to be very careful not to go from one film to another in the first place, and secondly, that wherever she went with the Wonder Woman costume, it did not seem ridiculous.