Wonder Woman perfectly captured Diana's journey as the princess of the Amazons to the saviour of humanity on earth. Thanks to Gal Gadot who immortalised the DC character leaving her fans wanting more from the unconquerable warrior.

Though plans are set for Wonder Woman 2, with director Patty Jenkins returning to helm the sequel, there is little to no information about its plot. A recent report claimed the film will be more of a love story featuring the superwoman and her new love interest.

In the film, Gadot's character suffered a huge personal loss following the death of the love of her life — army pilot Steve Trevor, who sacrificed his life for humanity.

Diana's journey to earth with Trevor and his unconditional love for her changed the Wonder Woman's perception towards war and destruction and she began believing that only love can heal hatred.

Speaking of the sequel in her interview with Collider, Jenkins had earlier said: "I like the idea of taking somebody on a very solid, great journey but that arrives at a bigger question being answered.

"So it's like that but because she is Wonder Woman and she's here now and she's fully developed, it's got great fun from the start and great big superhero presence from the start and is funny and a great love story again and a couple new unbelievable characters who I'm so excited about, who are very different than were in the last movie."

However, many misread the director's quote and assumed that the sequel to DC's blockbuster superheroine film will focus on her latest love affair. Speculations were high that her latest love interest can be Trevor Barnes, a black, long-haired human rights advocate from Charlotte, US.

However, Jenkins promptly dismissed all the rumours by a series of tweets and said her team is yet to frame the plot point. "Quite a few people, including this headline, seem to be completely misunderstanding or making some pretty false assumptions based on one of many vague quotes I made about something I can't say ANYTHING about. Just wait. ;)," Jenkins said in one of the tweets and added the Collider report's URL. "But p.s. still enjoyed the article, and don't blame the writer for the assumptions that follow."