Kristen Wiig to play villain in 'Wonder Woman' sequel


It is the filmmaker Patty Jenkins, who announced on his Twitter account, saying: "So excited to confirm the new the most exciting. Yes!"

To this, Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot tweeted, "I'm SO excited welcome on board Kristen!"

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Director Patty Jenkins confirmed the rumors on Friday morning. Last year, Wonder Woman was one of the most successful films of the year.

The actress will play the villainous DC Comics character of Cheetah. "This is going to be WONDERful!" We have to admit, this is turning out to be even better than before.

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Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston introduced the villain in "Wonder Woman No. 6" in 1943.

The villain first appeared in "Wonder Woman No". This should make the fight between the two women as epic as it is tragic and was so excited to see it! Beyond Jenkins promising that Wonder Woman 2 will be totally different from Diana's origin story, development has been kept under wraps. We wonder, if Part 2 will also give us a glimpse into Cheetah's backstory. Kristen Wiig gained recognition for her work at "Saturday Night Live" and from films such as "Bridesmaids", "Ghostbusters", and "The Martian". The film has been schedule to release on December 13th, 2019. It will be interesting to see her transformation for this promising villain.

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