Shock delay for Wonder Woman sequel

Shock delay for Wonder Woman sequel

Director Patty Jenkins said only on Twitter that the new date is "our weekend" and "feels like home".

Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman will now be back in action on the big screen in the middle of 2020.

The sequel, which will see Gal Gadot return as the titular Amazonian superhero, had been slated for a November 2019 release.

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According to new reports, the brand new Wonder Woman movie, Wonder Woman 1984, was pushed back from the 1st of November, until June 5th, 2020.

The only film in what I adamantly do not call the "DC Extended Universe" (although I guess I just did) that people universally like is Wonder Woman, but it appears that the sequel Wonder Woman 1984 will take a bit longer to reach theaters.

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Despite Gadot's upbeat tone, the new date marks a seven-month delay in the film's release.

The first Wonder Woman received largely positive reviews on its way to a worldwide gross of $820 million.

Jeff Goldstein, the president of domestic distribution in the Warner Brothers Company, stated that he and the rest of the organization saw "tremendous success" releasing the movie during the summer months. "This move lands the film exactly where it belongs".

The sequel reunites Gadot with co-star Chris Pine. "June 5, 2020. Be there or be square!"

That movie has already been pushed back once from a May 2019 date, but you can bet your DC Dollars it'll be pushed back again now that Wonder Woman's return has been set.

Chris Pine is also returning for the sequel, although it's now unknown how or if Steve Trevor will be resurrected. In the meantime, have you folks revisited the OG Wonder Woman recently?

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