Don't worry, no 'Wonder Woman 1984' spoilers below.
'Wonder Woman 3' is in the works, Warner Bros. has confirmed.
The studio is fast-tracking development on another 'Wonder Woman' sequel with Gal Gadot returning as the titular superhero.
Director Patty Jenkins, who was behind the original and 'Wonder Woman 1984', is also coming back to write and direct the threequel.
The upcoming installment will be the concluding entry of a trilogy.
Warner Bros. has also announced that 'Wonder Woman 3' will have a theatrical release.
The move is likely following the backlash the studio suffered after their announcement that their 2021 movie slate will be released concurrently in cinemas and on their streaming service HBO Max.
Warner Bros. chief Toby Emmerich said: "As fans around the world continue to embrace Diana Prince, driving the strong opening weekend performance of 'Wonder Woman 1984,' we are excited to be able to continue her story with our real life Wonder Women — Gal and Patty — who will return to conclude the long-planned theatrical trilogy."
The movie had a short-lived release here before in Ireland cinemas closed.
However, it has proven an international success. It made $85 million at the box office after only three days of release. Domestically, it has made $16.7 million across 2100 locations, surpassing the $10 million opening for 'Tenet'.
As for its release on HBO Max, the sequel has been watched by millions, according to the studio. Nearly half of the platform's retail subscribers (which currently number 12.6 million) watched the film on Friday.
Unfortunately little is known about the plot of 'Wonder Woman 3' at this time.
What we do know though is that the heroine will next appear in Zack Snyder's much anticipated 'Justice League' cut, which consists of four parts and debuts on HBO Max in 2021.