Lynda Carter returns for Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 3

The ladies were on hand at DC FanDome to reveal the news

Gal Gadot and Kristen Wiig in "Wonder Woman 1984"

Original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter appeared briefly in last year’s “Wonder Woman 1984”. At today’s DC FanDome event, director Patty Jenkins and Carter confirmed that we’ll see more of the Amazon warrior Asteria in the upcoming “Wonder Woman 3”.

Although star Gal Gadot was not at the event, Kenkins revealed that the entire team was “super excited about Wonder Woman 3.”

“Gal, who’s so bummed not to be here, who’s the busiest person in the world, with now three little kids and shooting, so she was so bummed not to be able to be here,” the filmmaker said. “But we are all three very excited about some exciting things coming up with Wonder Woman 3.”

70-year-old Carter explained her commitment to the franchise.

“I know what it was like from the inside out,” she said. “I know what the legacy meant to me, and when I created the character, it wasn’t on the comic book page — her kindness and her goodness. Her strength was her Lasso of Truth … and that meant something to me.”

“Who would have thought in my life — at this time in my life — that this gift would just present itself to me, and that’s so cool,” Carter added. “And that’s what I’m hoping for all of the fans of Wonder Woman … to know that your life is full of surprises, and the Wonder Woman in you is alive and well.”

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