Warner Bros. Pushes Back Wonder Woman 1984 by Two Months


After announcing the delay of Christopher Nolan’s highly-anticipated new project Tenet, Warner Bros. has announced that the long-awaited ninth installment of the DC Extended Universe, Wonder Woman 1984, will be moving from its August 14 release date to October 2, the fifth date change for the film.

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It’s interesting to note that the account originally posted the marquee images with a November 25 release while still stating October 2 in the caption, possibly hinting that the studio has a backup plan of releasing the film this Thanksgiving should theaters still be struggling in October.

Fast forward to the 1980s as Wonder Woman’s next big-screen adventure finds her facing an all-new foe: The Cheetah. As previously announced, the film stars Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and Kristen Wiig in the role of the Super-Villain The Cheetah, as well as Pedro Pascal. Chris Pine also returns as Steve Trevor.

Patty Jenkins (Wonder WomanMonster) returns to direct the sequel, while Jenkins, Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, Stephen Jones, and Gal Gadot are producing the film. Rebecca Roven Oakley, Richard Suckle, Wesley Coller, Geoff Johns, and Walter Hamada are the executive producers.

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Originally set to open in theaters on December 13, 2019, Wonder Woman 1984, which is based on the character created by William Moulton Marston, appearing in comic books published by DC Entertainment, was moved up to November 1 before being delayed to June 5 and a fourth time to August 14 before its current date of October 2. It will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

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