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    Warner Bros. Delays 'Wonder Woman 1984' Release for the Sixth Time

    According to reports, “Wonder Woman 1984” will lose its Christmas release date. With the closure of most movie theaters in the largest markets in the United States (New York and Los Angeles) and movie theaters in most parts of Western Europe (now locked for the second time), Warner Bros. and the “Wonder Woman 1984” team were led by Gal Gadot (Gal Gadot). ) And director Patty Jenkins (Patty Jenkins). Also the producer of DC movies-planning where to shoot the “Wonder Woman” sequel. The report indicates that June 2021 is a “logical” attraction, because the first movie of the month was released; the shooting time of “Supergirl 1984” is scheduled for June 2020, and then COVID-19 begins. spoiler.

    The deadline caused the “Wonder Woman 1984” to lose its release date, which is the fourth and sixth time in the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The deadline stated that the studio must make a decision as soon as possible to avoid losses in print and advertising. Blockbuster movies like “Wonder Woman 1984” usually start their marketing activities six weeks before the release date. With the “Wonder Woman” (Wonder Woman) sequel scheduled for Christmas on December 25th, this will take place around November 13th next week.

    Information on the possibility of “Wonder Woman 1984” eventually paying for views is inconsistent. Insiders in the movie exhibitor told the “Deadline” that Warner Bros. had already “released online 17-21 days after its premiere in the cinema”, while insiders in the cinema said that in view of the first release of “Miracle”, there was no “in the movie.” Such a plan”. Women’s films have earned more than $800 million at the box office. In other words, even if “Wonder Woman 1984” does charge a fee, this does not necessarily apply to India.

    If “Wonder Woman 1984” (Wonder Woman 1984) does appear, or more likely, it will clear the Hollywood year-end release calendar. The deadline said that if “Wonder Woman” (Wonder Woman 1984) is released, Disney is expected to withdraw from its 20th Century Film Company films, and the Free Guy led by Ryan Reynolds (currently scheduled for Released on December 11) and Agatha Christie’s adaptation of “Death on the Nile” (December 18, it also played Gadot). Free up its Christmas window.

    Universal Pictures may keep “Christmas World News” as Christmas with “Tom Hanks-starrer” because it has reached an exclusive agreement with AMC Theater, the largest cinema in the United States. The agreement allows the studio to watch movies on a pay-per-view basis after 17 days in theaters. In addition, Sony Pictures’ Monster Hunter (December 30) will be retained as movie theaters in China and most of Asia are open. Monster Hunter is scheduled to be released in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu in India on December 30.

    The 1984 “Wonder Woman” is expected to move to June 4, 2021, where Warner Bros. is currently releasing “Magic: The Devil Let Me Do It.” If this date is chosen, the sequel to “Wonder Woman” will be one week after the next “Fast and Furious” movie F9 (recently moved to the end of May) and before “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” (June 11, 2021) A week.

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