Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot’s reunion from “Wonder Woman” would need to wait in the queue. Jenkins is no longer the director of “Cleopatra,” a historical drama featuring Gadot as Egypt’s famed monarch. Kari Skogland, the director of the Marvel movies The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, will reportedly be overseeing the film. Patty Jenkins, on the other hand, will not be totally absent from the set. She’ll keep producing while focusing on her next two projects, Warner Bros.’ “Wonder Woman 3″ and the next Star Wars movie” Paramount Pictures is behind “Cleopatra,” that is currently in the initial stages of development. After the financial and creative success of 2017’s Wonder Woman, Patty Jenkins quickly climbed to fame in the cinema industry.
Kari has directed a number of films, including The Stone Angel. Laeta Kalogridis, who will also executive produce the picture, will write the screenplay for Cleopatra. The plot, which centres around the queen who hunted down Julius Caesar and Marc Antony and became the final ruler of Egypt’s Ptolemaic Empire, is still unknown. Many Hollywood celebrities have played Cleopatra, notably Elizabeth Taylor, preceded by Claudette Colbert in. The film’s producers include Gal Gadot, Jaron Varsano, and Chuck Roven, as well as Patty.
Did Patty leave the movie?
Patty Jenkins, on the other hand, will continue to work on the picture as a producer. Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot looked to have become friends. They had already worked together on 2 Wonder Woman films, and in addition to preparing the franchise’s third sequel, they were also set to cooperate on a film on Cleopatra’s life. However, Gadot will now be dealing with a different director, Kari, to finish the film Cleopatra. Patty’s decision to step down as director was mostly motivated by her upcoming new projects.