‘Wonder Woman ‘1984’ delayed its release in cinemas by the coronavirus and announces a new date


With a premiere on the 5th of June the thing was to pensársela and try to search for a date more remote from the pandemic that fit this type of movie. And it was Warner, surrounded by rumors about the possibility of a debut directly on video-on-demand, which were quickly discarded. Finally, ‘Wonder Woman ‘1984’ has confirmed that it binds to that broad group of films that have had to delay their release as a result of the coronavirus. Yes, the sequel of the successful source tape starring the superheroine to the life-giving Gal Gadot, belongs to the small group of tapes that have been postponed date and assigned a new. Next to ‘Fast & Furious 9’ that will come a year later and ‘No time to die’ that he found his new hole for the end of this, the new ‘Wonder Woman’ has also announced when we will be able to see it in cinemas.

  Gal Gadot in 'Wonder Woman '1984'

What has made the hand of the own director of the tape, Patty Jenkins, and her protagonist Gadot with two publications in social networks accompanied by a spectacular poster anime that stresses the “only in cinemas”. “We’ve made ‘Wonder Woman ‘1984’ for the big screen, and I believe in the power of cinema. In these terrible times, when the owners of the cinemas are in a hurry like many of us, we are happy to have found a new date for our movie: the 14th August, 2020 in your nearest movie. We will pray for you for that time have come to better times for all”said Jenkins, the screenwriter of the tape that counts among its ranks with the return of Chris Pine in the skin of Steve Trevor, the signing of Pedro Pascal as the villain, Maxwell Lord, and Kristen Wiig as a Cheetah.

For its part, Gadot has also decided to launch a positive message: “In these times terrifying and dark we can only wait for a better future in which we can share again the power of film. I am excited about releasing our ‘WW84’ on the 14th of August. I hope you are all well, I send my love”.

A wide margin

Numerous productions have been delaying his debut these last days. The increasingly long list counts among its ranks with such films as ‘Black Widow’, ‘Mulan’, ‘The New Mutants’ and the already mentioned new adventures of Bond and Toretto; but Warner has been the first distributor to recognize that it is possible that the health crisis and its aftermath still affecting us in the month of June. What has made looking for new date for the second adventure of Wondie, but also postponed indefinitely the premiere of ‘Malignant,’ and the film adaptation of the musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda, ‘In a neighborhood of New York city’, which was scheduled for 26 June in the united States.

“We have spent the best summer of our lives rolling ‘In a neighborhood of New York city’ last year. We met in Washington Heights and we have this story, in that neighborhood, with our neighbors, in community. We were wanting to share it with you, but we’re going to have to wait a little bit more. With uncertainty dominating the world right now, the premiere of ‘In a borough of New York’ has had to be delayed. When we can get together again safely, with our flags in hand, we will be there enjoying this movie in cinema”he assured the own Miranda, closing his message with a required “patience and faith” both in English and in Spanish.