Wonder Woman 1984 cinema release bumped to October

Wonder Woman 1984 cinema release bumped to October”

Directed by Patty Jenkins, the film is the second instalment of the 2017 DC movie Wonder Woman, and will see Gadot in the titular role. And most of these films are pushed back.

The American superhero film "Wonder Woman 1984" will finally hit theaters on October 2, director Patty Jenkins announced.

These conflicting views led to a "fraught moment" between Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros, but the latter eventually made a decision to just shift Tenet to the end of July due to Nolan being "a proven moneymaker" and wanting to "keep him happy". It's certainly going to be interesting to see Cheetah in action, something we're anticipating being revealed in an upcoming trailer for Wonder Woman 1984. Now it has moved up 5 days earlier with a November 20th release date. There was allegedly a "fraught moment" between the two parties before the studio agreed to the July 31st release date, which may have helped them a bit in the end. Nearly all other Warner Bros. movies have been pushed to 2021, except for Nolan's Tenet.

While Tenet has officially be confirmed to be part of the Inception re-release, we'll also probably see some footage from Wonder Woman 1984, Dune, and Godzilla vs. Kong, which have been in post-production for quite some time now.

Robert Pattinson’s Tenet and Gal Gadot starrer Wonder Woman 1984 push back theatrical releases

Once among the only Hollywood films to stand defiantly on its release date amid the delays of the COVID-19 pandemic, Warner Bros.' Tenet has been bumped from its July 18 perch. Similarly, the release of Matrix 4 has been delayed by nearly one year.

A press release issued by Warner Bros. states that the Inception re-release will give audiences a sneak peek at Tenet and other projects coming from the studio.

The New York Times has given a peek behind-the-scenes on what was, arguably, one of the most important release date decisions in recent years. But it was Christopher Nolan who has suggested the new date and WB gave in their plans of an even delayed for his sake.

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