Wonder Woman 1984: The superhero film’s theatrical appearance has pushed back to December 25. And it is marking its latest suspension amid the coronavirus pandemic.
There are practically no blockbusters left for the remainder of 2020. And, but, at least for the time being, Wonder Woman 1984 is still listed to hit theaters this December. This is remarkable for several reasons. It also could play into a long-term marketing strategy for Warner Bros. As practically every other big movie has left this year behind. And the D.C. sequel is position as the only game in town. Also, allowing for enough box office money to justify the release.
Wonder Woman 1984: Christmas Gift Or More Delays?
Wonder Woman 1984 was formerly supposed to arrive in June. But as cinemas shut down in the U.S. And across the world in March, release dates are paused left and right. The movie, which accompanies the return of Gal Gadot as Diana Prince. And has since shifted several times. At present, it set for December 25, just in time for Christmas.
The lack of a delay is surprising as Warner Bros. recently delayed most of its expected release calendar. That covers virtually all D.C. Films slate, such as The Batman. And which was struck from October 2021 to March 2022. The Flash moved from June 3, 2022, to November 4, 2022. And Shazam 2 was punched from November 4, 2022, to June 2, 2023. Black Adam, which had done set for December 2021. And it went without a new date for the time being. Dune, which had also been recorded for December, was knocked nearly a year to October 2021. Minecraft is now updated. And the only possible illuminated spot is The Matrix 4, getting bounced up to December 2021 from April 2022.
This late in the play, the future release plan is rapidly running out of viable weekends to debut tentpole blockbusters.