The highly anticipated follow-up to Patty Jenkins’ 2017 film Wonder Women, Wonder Woman 1984, has a new release date. After delays due to COVID-19, the official new date is October 2, 2020.
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Set in 1984, the film sees Diana Prince face off against businessman Maxwell Lord, played by The Mandalorian’s Pedro Pascal, and Kirsten Wigg as Cheetah. Chris Pine also returns as her love interest from the original film, Steve Trevor, who is somehow resurrected, and Maxwell Lord may have something to do with Trevor’s return. Diana may have to pay a heavy price for this reunion. Or could Trevor have time-traveled since he has not aged since his death in the previous film? Fans will have to wait until October 2020 to see what is in store for Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman was praised for its direction by Patti Jenkins, broke box office records, and in 2019, it ranked as one of the best superhero movies of all time. Wonder Woman 1984 looks to be another fantastic addition to the DCEU movie franchise. Keep up with Wonder Woman 1984 release updates for the US and international by following the official Twitter account.