As you surely know, Wonder Woman 3 is no longer part of Warner Bros.’s plans for the future.
Given this fact, Patty Jenkins, who was the director of the first two deliveries of this series, and was already working on the third film, broke the silence, and has finally talked about this decision.
Through her official Twitter account, Jenkins shared a message where she pointed out that she was willing to discuss the future of Wonder Woman in the DCU and, unfortunately, this did not happen.
This was what he commented:

I never walked away.
I was open to consider anything they asked for.

I understood that there was nothing I could do to advance at this time.
DC is obviously focused on the changes you have to make, so I understand that these decisions are difficult at this time.

Gal is the biggest gift I have received in all this path.
A dear friend, inspiration and sister.

There are no words that I can use to transmit how magical it is.
While it seems that Wonder Woman 3 will never become a reality, many wonders if Jenkins will resume the Star Wars project: Rogue Squadron, something he abandoned to commit to warner Bros. although in his message he does not make this topic in clear, yes
He points out that Lucasfilm offered to resume this tape after his commitment to the DCU.
In this way, the possibility of Star Wars: Rogue Squadron is not ruled out once it is currently underway.
In related issues, you can learn more about the cancellation of the tape here.
Editor’s note:
While the cancellation of the tape is a pity, there is no need to forget that this situation also opens the door for the next Star Wars film to be extremely spectacular from beginning to end.
We just have to wait and see what will happen.