Wonder Woman Director Patty Jenkins Marks End Of Filming

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in Batman V Superman

With the release of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, the long-gestating DC Extended Universe truly kicked off. From now until 2020, Warner Bros. intends to release at least two adaptations annually, giving each member of the Justice League their time to shine on the big screen. Next year, before the first live-action team-up, Batman V Superman's breakout star, Gal Gadot, gets a chance to headline her own film - the solo Wonder Woman movie.

After a period of principal photography that spanned several months (production started well before Batman V Superman premiered), things have now wound down. Yesterday, Gadot celebrated her final day of shooting on social media, and today her director, Patty Jenkins, follows suit. Wonder Woman has now wrapped.

Jenkins took to Twitter to share the news, thanking her crew, Gadot, and Chris Pine for their hard work on the film in a string of posts. Coincidentally, filming finished on William Marston's (the creator of Wonder Woman) birthday:

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