Wonder Woman 1984’s launch has been delayed but once more, with the sequel to 2017’s Wonder Woman now set to debut on Christmas day, December 25. The film was initially scheduled to launch in December final 12 months, however was postponed a month to accommodate Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Then, it was pushed to June for a summer time launch within the US. Unfortunately, issues took a flip for the more serious with the pandemic inflicting theatres to close down and the film was postponed as soon as once more.
According to a report by Variety, Wonder Woman 1984 has been postponed to December 25, Christmas day. Citing Toby Emmerich, Warmer Bros. Motion Picture Group chairman, the report states that the studio may be very happy with the movie and appears ahead to bringing it to audiences for the vacations.
Patty Jenkins, the director of the movie, is quoted to say, “Because I know how important it is to bring this movie to you on a big screen when all of us can share the experience together, I’m hopeful you won’t mind waiting just a little bit longer. With the new date on Christmas Day, we can’t wait to spend the holidays with you!”
The delay in launch this time, was attributable to the studio wanting an even bigger viewers in theatres, which it hopes will occur by Christmans day. Seeing as Christopher Nolan’s Tenet had a lukewarm opening over Labour Day weekend, the studio desires to attend with WW84.
The authentic launch date for Wonder Woman 1984 was December 2019, however it was [advanced by a month as Disney’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker was set for a December release. Then, the studio decided to have a summer release for the Gal Gadot starrer and pushed the release date to June 5. With the coronavirus pandemic disrupting everything, the release was once again postponed, to August 14.
With the situation only mildly improving, Wonder Woman 1984 was then postponed to October 2. Now, finally, Warner Bros. has decided on a December 25 release date.
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