Warner Bros. Film Studios has postponed the release of the sequel to the superhero film 'Wonder Woman 1984' until Christmas due to the closure of theatres due to the global epidemic Coronavirus. The first trailer for "Wonder Woman 1984" was released in December last year, with the film set to release in June this year.
Wonder Woman 1984 was initially rumoured to be released in October 2019, but production house Warner Bros. later announced that the film would be released in June 2020 for unknown reasons. However, due to the outbreak of Coronavirus worldwide, the release date of 'Wonder Woman 1984' was again changed and it was announced to be released in August 2020.
Later in August, cinemas around the world, including the United States, were not reopened due to Corona's easing of lockdowns, which delayed the release of "Wonder Woman" until October. Wonder Woman 1984 was supposed to be released on 2nd October next 2 months but now after another delay, the movie will be released on 25th December.
It is believed that this film was a big-budget film of Hollywood which was supposed to adorn the cinemas but its release is being delayed due to the global epidemic.
"I know how important it is to bring this movie to you on the big screen when we can all watch it together," director Patty Jenkins said in a statement, according to Reuters.
"I hope you don't mind waiting a little longer," he added.
Movie studios have been adjusting their schedules for months as the industry struggles to recover from the epidemic, which forced theatres around the world to close in March. While the film industry is trying to recover from the Coronavirus epidemic, film studios are also changing their film schedules.
It should be noted that due to the global epidemic, theatres around the world were forced to close in March. Cinemas have begun to open in China on a limited scale, but major American cinema hubs such as Los Angeles and New York are closed. Two trailers of Wonder Woman have been released in which Gal Gadot is shown beating her rivals in action, while she is shown in a romance.
Gal Gadot will be seen in 'Wonder Woman 1984', a sequel to her 2017 film 'Wonder Woman', in which the Israeli-American actress will be seen playing the role of Diana.
The new film also features 47-year-old actress Christine Wig as a supervillain lady who will be seen teasing the super lady hero in the film. Although it is difficult to guess the story of the film from the trailer, it is estimated that this time the audience will not only see Gal Gadot in action but this time they will also be able to see her romancing like an ordinary woman.
Wonder Woman 1984 was directed by Patty Jenkinson, who also directed the first film.