'Wonder Woman' Sequel Pushed Back to 2020

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Remain Calm, But WONDER WOMAN 1984 Just Got Delayed Until 2020

But as you'd imagine, plenty of fans aren't too happy to hear the news, and weren't shy about expressing their feelings, either.

WW84 is the eight film in the DC Universe and the fourth featuring Gadot as Wonder Woman.


Earlier this year, Paramount changed the release date of the untitled "Terminator" film from July 26, 2019 to november 22, 2019.

Gal Gadot herself took to Instagram to reveal that the Patty Jenkins-directed film, originally scheduled for release in the U.S. 1 November 2019, will now be out on 5 June 2020.


However, actress Gal Gadot confirmed on Monday that it would now be delayed until June 2020. 'Feels like home. Can't wait for the day to come to share so many people's great work, blowing me away every day'. Now, Skydance and Paramount Pictures have announced that the new Terminator sequel has taken the vacated November 1, 2019 spot, meaning the film will open two weeks earlier than the previously set November 15, 2019 release date. Jeff said the movie is now "exactly where it belongs".

"Wonder Woman" was the highest-grossing film of summer 2017. The first pic earned $821.8 million worldwide, including $412.6 million in North America. As for Charlie's Angels, the Elizabeth Banks-written/directed contemporary take had a September 27, 2019 debut locked down, but Sony has apparently moved it to a more competitive slot. The studio had already pushed back the release date for the sci-fi action film by a year, moving the opening from May 31, 2019, to June 5, 2020, in the wake of Szifron departing as director.


The film - which would have been competing not just with Joker, but Zombieland 2, Sonic the Hedgehog, the new Kingsman movie, a new Terminator movie, Frozen 2, and other movies released in late 2019 - now has equally serious competition.

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