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Dave Callaham has joined Patty Jenkins and Geoff Johns on the writing team of the highly anticipated sequel 'Wonder Woman 2'.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the move comes just days after Jenkins officially closed her deal to co-write, direct and produce the sequel to the Warner Bros movie.
Callaham will now join the duo to pen the script, which Jenkins and Johns have been working on for several months.
The storyline is being kept under wraps, but Jenkins has said she wants to jump ahead by several decades from the first film, set in Europe during World War I, and have the sequel take place in America during the Cold War.
It is believed that Jenkins brought the writer into the fold.
Callaham, in addition to originating Expendables, had a story by credit on the 2014 movie 'Godzilla' and worked on a reboot of 'The Wolfman' that is due to be part of Universal's monster cinematic universe.
Warner Bros has dated the highly anticipated sequel for December 13, 2019, with Gal Gadot set to reprise her role of the Princess of Themyscira, Diana Prince/Wonder Woman.
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