Wonder Woman 2 cinema release postponed and what that means


     There is bad news for DC fans: The long-awaited sequel to Wonder Woman will be a long time coming. Due to the corona virus crisis, Warner Bros. has given the blockbuster a new launch date. We'll tell you here when the film should now flicker on the cinema screens.
    Actually, many fans expected the upcoming superhero film Wonder Woman 1984 this summer. Originally, a theatrical release was planned for June 2020, but now nothing will come of it. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the release is now being postponed. Spectators will have to be patient before they can experience the latest DC Amazon adventure. Wonder Woman 1984 is scheduled to start on August 14, 2020.
    Warner Bros. made an official statement and clarified the situation, as Variety reports. Chairman Toby Emmerich reports: "When we gave the green light to Wonder Woman in 1984, the film should definitely be shown in the cinema. We are pleased that Warner Bros. will bring the film to the cinemas on August 14th. We hope that the world will be a safer and healthier place at this point. "
    The postponement of the launch of Wonder Woman 2 suggests that even in Hollywood there is no belief in a quick solution to the global corona problem. Since the film was only due to start in June 2020, but has now been published until August, it has become even less likely that new films will be released before July.
    The first Wonder Woman film has had great success worldwide. The film grossed more than $ 821 million worldwide. With the Marvel project Black Widow, another superhero film with a female leading role awaits us soon. In the sequel, of course, Gal Gadot will slip into the role of the superhero. Chris Prine will also appear again as Steve Trevor, while Robin Wright will appear as General Antiope. New faces in the cast include Kristen Wiig as Cheetah and Pedro Pascal as villain Maxwell Lord. You can now find the trailer for the film in our video player.

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