‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Release Date Pushed to August


We’ll have to wait a couple more months to see the return of Wonder Woman. Warner Bros. announced that they are postponing Wonder Woman 1984 from the June 5 release date to August 14. Thankfully it is only a few months that we have to wait to see one of our favorite superheroes return to the big screen.

Wonder Woman 1984 stars Gal Gadot returning as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman and Chris Pine as Steve Trevor. Also starring is Pedro Pascal as Max Lord, Kristen Wiig as Barbara Minerva/Cheetah, Robin Wright as Antiope, and Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta. This film joins others such as Black Widow, Mulan, Fast 9, No Time to Die, and A Quiet Place 2 that have postponed release dates due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

We are looking forward to August when we can see Wonder Woman’s return!

Emily joined the Nerds and Beyond team at the end of 2019. She's a born and raised Texan who has an unhealthy love of TexMex. While she always appreciated a good nerdy show or movie, she fully embraced her nerdy side while reading Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings. Now, she has a full range of fandoms including comics, books, TV shows, movies, and she is always on the hunt for something else to fall in love with! You can find her on Twitter at @emmylbrown.

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