Wonder Woman 2 will be the first film production to formally adopt new Producers Guild of America anti-sexual harassment guidelines (which can be read at the link), the PGA presidents Gary Lucchesi and Lori McCreary announced the news on Saturday January 20th.  

The PGA issued these guidelines last Friday January 19th – they apply to all cast, crew, and other team members both on and off the set.

Still, membership in the PGA is voluntary, and the new guidelines are meant as "best practices" for the Guild's 8,000 plus members – the guidelines having been ratified unanimously by the Guild's board of directors after its Anti-Sexual Harassment Task Force did its work in coming up with them.

The guidelines (applicable to every production) include complying with state and federal laws, offering a vast array of reporting procedures, providing on-site anti-sexual harassment training for all members of cast and crew before the start of any production and at the start of every new season for on-going productions.

The guidelines also note that all reports are to be listened to with great empathy while keeping in mind "that the report itself does not predetermine guilt."

It goes on: "Reassure the reporting party that the production takes harassment very seriously and that s/he will face no retaliation for reporting. The production should move quickly to address the allegations or engage a third party to do so, allowing for as much transparency as can be provided."   

Wonder Woman 2 is slated for a December 13, 2019 release date and will be headed again by director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot.