Chris Pine Shares Thoughts on His 'Wonder Woman' Character's Fate in Future Sequels (Exclusive)

ET was with Pine and Patty Jenkins at the Los Angeles premiere of their new show, 'I Am the Night.'

What does the future hold for Chris Pine and the Wonder Woman franchise?

Fans of the beloved heroine superhero movies know that the actor's character, Steve Trevor, is part of the upcoming sequelWonder Woman 1984, but what about future installments? ET was with Pine and director Patty Jenkins at the I Am the Night premiere at Harmony Gold in Los Angeles on Thursday, where the actor shared his thoughts on Trevor's involvement in a possible Wonder Woman 3.

"I think Steve's done," Pine candidly shared. "I think Steve's done his bit. I wish them all the luck in the world."

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While a third film has yet to be confirmed, Jenkins "definitely" has "a lot of thoughts" about what it would look like.

"I never want to commit to something until you know that you're feeling it right then and there," she explained. "So that moment hasn't come yet, but I'm pretty excited about Wonder Woman's arc and trajectory, overall."

As far as seeing Pine once again reprise his character? "We"ll see," she teased. "Chris and I will be working together plenty more, one way or the other."

Thursday's premiere also saw a mini Wonder Woman reunion, when Gal Gadot made her way down the red carpet to support her friends' latest project.

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In the Jenkins-directed TNT mini-series, I Am the NightPine stars as a down-and-out hack reporter and war vet, Jay Singletary. The noir drama, inspired by the real-life story of Fauna Hodel, charts a young woman's desperate search for the truth about her identity, only for her to discover that sometimes it's more bone-chilling than one could ever fathom.

"This is a dramatic tale about two people trying to figure out what the hell to do with their lives, and see if they can be better people then the people that came before them," Pine explained.

Jenkins, who worked on the project for nearly a decade, knew Hodel and understood how important it was to keep "the quality correct." "Fana was a wonderful part of it right up until she died and her family has carried it on," the director shared.

I Am the Night premieres Jan. 28 on TNT.