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Wonder Woman 1984, the long-awaited sequel that was originally expected to hit theaters in June and was later postponed to August, has just undergone yet another change in its release schedule.
The new debut date reported by Warner Bros. Pictures for the feature now points to the day October 2nd.
All of these changes in its debut calendar accompany the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), which still keeps cinemas closed and without very promising stabilization forecasts for the near future.
Some rumors considered that the film would be released directly in streaming, but Warner Bros. Pictures denied it when he announced that the film release will continue, albeit at a later date.
Connie Nielsen, an actress who plays the Queen Hippolyta, had already commented in an interview with ABC about her uncertainty about the release of the film for the month of August. She said:
“I don’t know about the August deadline, but I hope it will be possible. The mention of a remedy against this virus will certainly make everything a lot easier. Everyone is waiting to get back to work too. We are all waiting to start our next projects. Having access to a vaccine or at least medicine will be a good thing for all of us. “
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