Wonder Woman 1984 Will Be Released In Theatres First; won’t Hit ‘Streaming’ Directly
Yes, you heard that right. The upcoming Warner Bros. biggie Wonder Woman 1984 will not skip theater openings and begin streaming. The Warner Bros. themselves have confirmed this.
The article that had spurred the controversy seems to have denied any such developments. According to sources, the DC sequel will be released in theaters first. However, it might have to be delayed owing to the global Coronavirus crisis. Nonetheless, one can only imagine what an audience-magnet the film will be once it hits the theaters. Calling all DC fans, get ready.
Direction, Plot, And Release Date: Find Out
The Patty Jenkins directed DC sequel Wonder Woman 1984 is due to hit theaters on June 5 of this year. The film will possibly be the biggest summer flick since its release hasn’t been delayed as of now, among the others such as Minions: Rise Of Gru, F9, and Black Widow. However, in all likeliness, the release date will be moved forward. The only question is when and where.
The 2017 Wonder Woman was a massive success, which was a $100 million plus opener. The film’s success was rooted in 1. Its quality, and 2. Its cast(Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and Chris Pine as Steve Trevor). So we are guessing that the sequel too will attract a lot of audience post-crisis.
The Plot of Wonder Woman 1984 seems catchy and intriguing as Steve Trevor(Chris Pine), Wonder Woman’s long lost lover who had died in the previous film, is set to return to the big screen and reunite with her. In 1984, Wonder Woman will be facing two formidable foes: Cheetah, one of her friends, a villainess who possesses superhuman strength and agility. Max Lord, a business tycoon, who promises his people the fulfillment of all their desires but at a cost.
Well, this sounds interesting enough.
Cast Of Wonder Woman Includes Pedro Pascal!
This year’s Wonder Woman’s cast list has some big names, including the likes of Pedro Pascal. The others starring in the movie are Kristen Wiig, Robin Wright, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen, and, ofcourse, Gal Gadot.