For Wonder Woman 1984, all changes. The Patty Jenkins-directed DC sequel has a new release date in December, making the Warner Bros. movie about half-a-dozen delays.
Although all this is not bad news! We’ll bring a splash of color to the event with some new posters here in our Wonder Woman 1984 manual, and there is a chance to pore over all the Wonder Woman trailers still available to see.
We also possess spoiler-free primers on what we can hopefully expect from new and old faces, including a returning Steve Trevor, rather than wrangling up the cast with the Lasso of Reality. And there is a potential clarification of this runtime, a closer look at Diana’s gold suit, and some valuable quotes awaiting. Phew. Phew.
So, strap on these shoulder pads and then loop the synch wave mix: what we understand about Wonder Woman 1984 is that.
Wonder Woman 1984: Release date!
Wonder Woman 1984 has been postponed, together with the movie, merely scheduled to be published on December 25, 2020. Terrible news, everybody. Christmas Day, that’s true.
The launch could be pushed back much further, with Gal Gadot announcing every two weeks, the premiere date is being checked. If something later, we’ll keep you posted.
This deadline was postponed back to June 2020, though it was originally set for release in December 2019. The coronavirus pandemic caused a further delay to August, then October 2, 2020, and then the brand new release date.
In 2017, the first movie starring Gadot was released and grossed over $800 million in the global box office.
Wonder Woman 1984: Plot!
Director Patty Jenkins shared some thoughts about what she would love to perform in the next film. She stated, talking to Entertainment Weekly: “The narrative will take place in the USA, which I think is right, she is Wonder Woman.” She must be coming to America. It’s all about time.
The movie could be put in the 1980s, with Screen Rant reporting that another”historical experience” is another movie, except during the Cold War; Diana was up against the Soviet Union powers.
“I did much thematically wish to love – since that is exactly what she stands for – and also the complexity of what we’re facing,” she said of the first film. “These were big themes, such as [Wonder Woman] stands for love and truth, which is very important at this time.” Adding: “it’s got great fun from the start and great major superhero presence from the start and is funny and a fantastic love story again, and a couple of new unbelievable characters that I am so enthusiastic about, who are very different than were at the last film.”
Wonder Woman 1984: Cast!
With familiar faces and over one surprising return, the Wonder Woman 1984 cast is heaving. Gal Gadot, predictably, is back for her fourth DC rodeo as Diana / Wonder Woman.
Something is more shocking, however, is that the two deceased characters are reported to be back. As Steve Trevor, Chris Pine is back and seems to be alongside Diana in the 1980s. Despite dying from German bullets’ hail at the 2017 movie, Robin Wright, who plays Antiope, is also back.
She appears to be in a flashback evaluating the swift smash cuts of Diana’s prep as a young woman on her island and jumping into the air on what is already the current day of 1984. Connie Nielsen is now back from Diana’s native island as Queen Hippolyta. Pine told EW on Trevor’s return: “I get to become much broader-eyed and cheerful in this. My job is only as a friend, lover, boyfriend-cum-bodyguard, who does his best to encourage Diana in her pursuit. I’m like her Holmes ‘Watson”.