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Warning: This article includes spoilers for Wonder Woman, so read at your own risk
Will Chris Pine return for a Wonder Woman sequel?
Wonder Woman debuted to over $100 million on opening weekend, shattering the record for the highest opening from a female director and immediately cementing itself as a franchise to watch moving forward. While Gal Gadot will return as Wonder Woman in this November’s Justice League, fans are also anxious to hear about her next…