The blooper reel clip is only 19 seconds long, but gives fans a look at the fun that took place between takes, including the famous ice cream scene, as well as the way Gadot and director Patty Jenkins managed to communicate without verbalizing.
Jenkins is already working on the sequel's script, along with DC Film's head Geoff Johns. Which would make Jenkins the highest-paid female filmmaker in history.
Jenkins hasn't been shy about sharing her ideas for the followup to the hit, which Warner Bros. officially announced back in July.
List of school closures: Hendry County to stay closed through Tuesday
Florida State, Florida A&M and Tallahassee Community College will be closed through Friday 9/15. Any afterschool programs and extracurricular activities will not take place.
There's no word yet on Jenkins' salary, but she's bound to have negotiated some serious cash.
While much has been made of the criticism criticism Wonder Woman invited, during the making of the box office success, it's important to remember that there was also a lot of fun, laughter and jokes on set.
Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. And with Wonder Woman's pivotal role in Warner Bros.' new mantra of optimistic and "fun" superhero movies, why wouldn't Jenkins be at the helm of this new direction? The era formed the setting for some of the most important Silver Age Wonder Woman stories, so it's a wonderful decision.
Since the release of Wonder Woman earlier this summer, there's been a lot of talk over whether or not Jenkins would return for the eventual sequel.