copyrightWonder Woman 1984 will not raise its premiere due to the coronavirus
After Black Widow announced her long-awaited indefinite delay due to the coronavirus, all eyes were on Wonder Woman 1984, the new installment of the DC heroine and one of the most anticipated releases in superhero cinema.
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Now that almost the entire planet is in quarantine and theaters have closed for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the releases scheduled for this spring have been forced to be postponed indefinitely, along with many other massive events. This caused rumors to grow about his possible early arrival on digital platforms, something that Warner Bros. has finally denied, according to the Movieweb portal.
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This means that Wonder Woman 1984 continues to have its premiere scheduled for next June 5 of this year. However, this does not mean that the situation cannot change, since, if the situation continues to grow, the coronavirus may continue to cause problems in June, as many experts predict.
The new Wonder Woman adventure, once again embodied by Gal Gadot, will take place in the 1980s. This new film directed by Patty Jenkins will start with the DC heroine living a life of solitude. Diana will appear saddened by the death of those whom she loved given the longevity of the Amazons.
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The film has already shown us part of its cast of stars, among which we find Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) and Cheetah (Kristen Wiig), the great villains of this new installment of Wonder Woman. If everything goes well and we can stop the expansion of the coronavirus, Wonder Woman may return to theaters during the summer, until then, the future of the releases scheduled for this year 2020 is still uncertain.