Wonder Woman 1984 was touted together of the most influential films to release in 2020. Mostly, with how massively successful Gal Gadot’s first outing was in terms of box-office moolah.
Alongside Gadot, Chris Pine was ready to return as Steve Trevor with the new additions being Pedro Pascal and Kristen because of the villains’ Maxwell Lord and Cheetah.
Even Patty Jenkins returns because the director, promising a power-packed superhero film.
Then COVID-19 struck! While initially slated for a 5th June release. But after this announcement, it is jumping to the 14th August date before pushing to 2nd October 2020.
Eventually, it is the most awaiting movie of DC Extended Universe. And it is expecting that it can delay up to the Christmas 2020 release, i.e., 25th December.
In some interview, Patty Jenkins was asked, will there be another delay when it involves women’s 1984 release date. The filmmaker stated, “I don’t think anybody is confident of anything immediately.
We just don’t know what the course of COVID goes to be like.”
However, Jenkins was quick to feature that she’s “very hopeful” for a Christmas miracle and feels it’s “totally possible” to her that a woman 1984 will release on 25th December.
On the opposite hand, Pascal shared that as far as movie releases are concerned, alongside the beautiful way that the film industry has to devise around these circumstances surrounding COVID-19.
However, it is nothing surprising overall. “We’re all getting won’t to things shifting day-to-day, hour-to-hour, you know? That’s what we’re all handling,” Pedro concluded.
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