AdvertisemenThe sequel to 'Wonder Woman' (2017), with Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, will be released in theaters in the US in October 2020.
The Warner Bros. and DC Comics film Wonder Woman 1984 has again delayed its US release date and its director, Patty Jenkins (Wonder Woman), has reacted to the news on Twitter. This is the fourth time that the sequel to Wonder Woman changes its date, which will now see the light beyond the puddle on October 2, 2020 - previously it was scheduled for December 13, 2019, on November 1, 2019, June 5, 2020, and August 14, 2020, by COVID-19. At the moment, after this latest change, Warner Bros. Spain has not announced its final release in theaters.
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As we meet Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) on the big screen again, now joined by Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), Barbara Minerva / Cheetah (Kristen Wiig), and Max Lord (Pedro Pascal), Patty Jenkins has explained the situation to fans. in a tweet. "I wish we were sharing our movie yesterday, but there are more important things happening in our world that we would rather focus on for now. Thank you to our fans for being so fantastic [and for being] by our side. I can't wait See you! I send love and recovery to the world. See you on October 2 !! "
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With most cinemas closed due to the pandemic and uncertainty in key territories like New York and Los Angeles, Warner's latest move with Wonder Woman 1984 makes perfect sense. In the end, Todd Phillips' Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix, premiered in October last year and managed to amass more than $ 1 billion at the box office. In the case of Spain, Matthias & Maxime premieres in theaters this Friday, June 19, while on the 26th, films such as Personal Assistant, Cinema Paradiso, The Possession of Mary, The Tape of Alex, etc. stand out, among others. you want to be informed about the latest changes, see our premieres page and our Billboard section. Above, the official trailer for Wonder Woman 1984.