Last Movie Outpost reported of Wonder Woman 1984 being delayed back in September. It looks as though it might be getting another push, out of 2020.
With the news yesterday of 20th Century Studios’ adventure comedy Free Guy and the Death On The Nile being nixed from the December release schedule, it leaves Wonder Woman 1984 as one of the last major theatrical releases to not have been toppled by the dreaded COVID.
These last postponements come after theaters in Los Angeles and New York continue to be closed down due to the pandemic. Theaters in these areas have been closed down since March, with apparently no end in sight.
The local government leaders in these areas are bent on more and maybe harsher restrictions heading into the winter and with COVID cases going up.
The early 2021 landscape is already getting full with Disney having The King’s Man releasing February 12, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie on February 26 and competitors like Black Widow releasing on May 7.
Let’s not forget Marvel Studios’ Shang Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings is slated for July 9 as well for the summer.
Of course, this is all assuming that none of those gets a further push as we don’t know what will happen with COVID supposedly making all the decisions these days and into the future.
Wonder Woman 1984 is set to release on December 25, 2020. We will have to wait to see if there is going to be a Christmas miracle for Warner Bros and Wonder Woman fans or if the Grinch is going to snatch it away.
Source: Screen Daily