In an unexpected turn of events, James Gunn backs a DCU rumor

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The easiest way to find out if a rumor is related to a or not James Gunn project is true is going straight to the source, with the filmmaker and manager happy to throw cold water on every far-fetched whisper that makes it into his timeline.

On the other side of the coin, however, radio silence can often be accepted as indirect confirmation. When Gunn is regularly bombarded with the same question over and over again without admitting the parasite, people generally conclude that the information is true.

The third option – and by far the rarest – is this Protector of the Galaxy Director just comes straight out and explains that internet hearsay is 100 percent factual. It doesn’t happen too often, so the person who took to Twitter and urged Gunn to expose that he was working on an animation wonder woman Shows at DC Studios obviously didn’t get the response they expected.

This isn’t the first time the co-CEO has hinted he has plans for Diana Prince in the animated space — even though she’s involved with HBO Max’s live-action prequel series paradise lost remains to be clarified – but it’s still the most concrete update we’ve received so far that plans are actively afoot to position the lasso-wielding superheroine as the star of her own 2D series.

With the revamped DCU planning to connect across film, television, animation and more, the question now is whether it will be Gal Gadot or someone else both voicing and playing the character. In an unexpected turn of events, James Gunn backs a DCU rumor

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