Wonder Woman sequel pushed back to 2020

Wonder Woman sequel pushed back to 2020

Wonder Woman sequel pushed back to 2020

But given how much of a critical and commercial behemoth Wonder Woman was, it's sensible for Warner Bros.to promote its sequel to a summer slot. That film is being distributed by Universal Pictures and is now set for June 12, 2020, just one week after the new Wonder Woman 1984 date.

Patty Jenkins is returning as director and has teased fans with tidbits about the series' time jump to the 1980s.

Warner Bros.' Wonder Woman franchise, starring Gal Gadot in the title role, had been gearing up for its second solo film to feature the wonderful Amazon (the fourth appearance of Gadot in the part), but now director Patty Jenkins will have a few more months to polish it up.

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Wonder Woman 1984 opens June 5, 2020.

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This new date could also shift Red Notice, an action flick that stars Gadot alongside former Fast and Furious cast mate Dwayne Johnson. Seeing how the first film's June 2017 release, plus the positive reception and word of mouth, led to a massive box office haul, it is believable that this is a move to possibly make lightning strike twice.

Wonder Woman 1984 will be released in theater on November 1, 2019. "This move lands the film exactly where it belongs".

The mid-80s-set followup sees Gadot's Diana navigate the Cold War as she's pit against the Soviet Union and new super-powered enemy Cheetah (Kristen Wiig).

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Coincidentally, Wonder Woman 1984 will now open in the same month as the sequel to another movie from the '80s -Top Gun: Maverick.

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