The Wonder Women actor and director Dan Stevenson is one of three new “WonderMen” filmmakers who will be joining the slate of directors that will direct DC Comics’ upcoming “Wonder Woman.”
Stevenson, who will make his directorial debut with the movie, is joining the team to helm the upcoming film in the company of Zack Snyder (The Dark Knight, Man of Steel), Geoff Johns (Wonder Woman), Chris Terrio (Man of Steel) and Michael Green (The Flash).
The trio will reunite to write and direct the film alongside longtime collaborators David S. Goyer (The Matrix, The Dark Knight) and Geoff Johns.
“Wonder Women” will also star Gal Gadot as the titular superhero and Patty Jenkins as the heroine.
Stevenson was in early talks to direct the “Wonder Man” spinoff of the DC Comics franchise, but the studio turned down his initial script, so it looks like the “Wings” actor will instead be directing the next installment.
The script for “WonderMan” was submitted to Warner Bros. back in 2015, and the film has been in development for quite some time.
Stevens was last seen in Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” movie and was cast in the upcoming “Justice” film.
He was also cast in “The Darkest Hour,” which was directed by David Ayer and released in 2018.
Stevensson will make the jump to the DC Cinematic Universe with the release of the next DC Comics movie, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”