Patty Jenkins has some things she wants to clear up.
The director posted a wide-ranging note on social media asking her to speak out after reports that DC Films (owned by CNN’s parent company) would not be moving forward with a third installment of the “Wonder Woman” franchise.
“When complaints began that WW3 didn’t happen, the charming clickbait story that I was the one who killed or walked away began to spread,” Jenkins wrote in the memoir. She posted on her verified Twitter account.
“This is simply not true. I’ve never been. I was open to consider anything he asked me,” the director continued. “It’s about understanding that there’s nothing I can do to move anything forward right now. DC is clearly buried in the changes they’re going to have to make, so I understand these decisions are difficult right now.”
“Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn and producer Peter Safran were recently named co-chairmen of DC Films and have been evaluating the studios for future projects.
Jenkins also wrote that she didn’t want “a beautiful trip with WW to end on a negative note.”
“I love and am honored to have been the person to make these last two Wonder Woman films. She is an incredible character,” the note read. “Living in and around her values makes one a better person every day. I wish her and her legacy an amazing future, with or without me.
Gun returned her note. On Twitter itself.
“I can confirm that all of Peter’s and my interactions with you have been nothing but pleasant and professional,” Gunn tweeted.
Jenkins wants to clarify her plans to direct the upcoming film “Star Wars: Rogue Squadron.”
“Here are the facts: 1 came out of Rogue Squadron after a long and productive development process when it became clear that it wasn’t going to happen any time soon and I didn’t want to delay WW3 any longer,” she wrote. “When I did, Lucasfilm asked me to consider returning to RS after WW3, which I was honored to do, so I agreed. They made a new deal with me.”
Jenkins added that she’s still committed to the project, which she says will remain in development even though she’s not sure whether or not it will happen.