Gal Gadot reacts to latest Wonder Woman 1984 delay

Gal Gadot reacts to latest Wonder Woman 1984 delay”

Warner Bros. has delayed a bunch of their tent pole movies for this year, with Christopher Nolan's Tenet and The Matrix 4 both delayed - and now Wonder Woman 1984, for the third time.

Christopher Nolan's eagerly awaited Robert Pattinson starrer espionage thriller Tenet has pushed back its theatrical debut by two weeks. Warner also said it would re-release Nolan's film Inception on July 17 for cinemas that are open by then, on what will the movie's tenth anniversary.

The only thing that's clear is that David Washington's secret agent character, called The Protagonist, has been tasked with preventing another World War.

Nolan is the writer, director, and co-producer of the movie. Tenet now occupies the date where Sony's Morbius was once slotted, and it'll cap off July to provide some cinematic magic to enjoy before the summer wraps up. The production budget of the film is almost $200 million, which also makes it one of the most expensive movies ever made.

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Still, keep in mind that just because Tenet has a new release date doesn't mean it couldn't be moved again.

As said by patty Jenkins who is serving as director for this movie in the statement, it was noted that "we made Wonder Woman 1984 for the big screen and I believe in the power of cinema", You can get to see the same words if you follow the twitter account of patty Jenkins.while this time is not appropriate for any movie release everyone struggling through this bad time.

On the date that Tenet was originally planned to release, i.e., July 17, theaters have chose to re-release one of Nolan's biggest hits, Inception, to celebrate the iconic movie's 10th anniversary. The film was initially scheduled to hit the big screens on June 5.

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