‘Wonder Woman 1984’ is Delayed, Moving to Christmas Day

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With theaters still closed around the country due to the looming pandemic, Warner Bros. has announced that their upcoming sequel to the 2017 box office hit Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman 1984, is once again delayed. The film which was previously postponed to October 2, will move toward the holiday season, debuting in theaters on Christmas Day, December 25.

The sequel, which sees Gal Gadot (Diana Prince/Wonder Woman) and Chris Pine (Steve Trevor) reprising their roles in the new film, is set to have a time jump from World War I all the way to the 80s. With new villains Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) and Barbara Minerva/The Cheetah (Kristen Wiig), there’s no doubt the sequel will be just as action-packed as its predecessor.

The film recently revealed its newest trailer at DC FanDome, check it out below.


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