Director Patty Jenkins brought life back into the DC Extended Universe with Wonder Woman. Armed with the fierce Gal Gadot in the lead role, the movie was a shining beacon of hope that not every DC Comics movie needed to be gritty and gloomy. If the trailers are any indicator, Wonder Woman 1984 will continue to brighten up the DC universe, but unfortunately, whenever Wonder Woman 3 rolls around, it may mark the end of Patty Jenkins’ involvement in the franchise. Read More »
Wonder Woman 1984 should have been in theaters by now, but it’s been pushed back several times due to the coronavirus pandemic. Currently, it’s slated to arrive in October, but that all depends on when movie theaters actually reopen. In the meantime, director Patty Jenkins wanted to tease a particularly thrilling sequence in the sequel that takes us back to Themyscira for the Amazon Olympics. And that’s not the only return to Wonder Woman’s homeland that’s in our future. Read More »
Wonder Woman 1984 may have been pushed back to the fall, but Warner Bros. can still drum up excitement for Patty Jenkins‘ highly anticipated comic book sequel with a new image of the most beautiful onscreen romantic pairing, Gal Gadot‘s Diana of Themyscira and Chris Pine‘s Steve Trevor. A new Wonder Woman 1984 image teases the mysterious reunion of Diana and Steve, after his apparent death in 2017’s Wonder Woman, as they show off their new ’80s duds.
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San Diego Comic-Con will be celebrating all things pop culture with a virtual version of the yearly event next month, but one of the major participants has decided to host their own virtual convention.
Warner Bros. has announced the launch of the DC FanDome, a free virtual fan experience that will celebrate everything from the DC Multiverse across Warner Bros. movies, TV shows, video games, comic books, and more. The casts and creators of some of your favorite DC Comics-based projects will be participating, and that includes teases from upcoming movies like Wonder Woman 1984, The Batman, The Suicide Squad and Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Get all the details below. Read More »
Immediately after Warner Bros. announced the two-week delay of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, the studio pushed back the release date of another highly-anticipated blockbuster. Wonder Woman 1984, which was already moved from its initial June 2020 release to August on account of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, has been pushed back yet again to a fall release date.
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Everything is new and shiny in Wonder Woman 1984, which brings the superhero into the age of materialism and big hair. But some things stay the same, regardless of ’80s fashions or fancy new suits of armor. One of those things which we can always count on Diana of Themyscira to wield is her trusty lasso of truth,which makes an appearance in the latest Wonder Woman 1984 poster.
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All eyes are on Christoher Nolan‘s new movie Tenet, which is currently slated to be the first major blockbuster released in theaters since the coronavirus pandemic shut the industry down back in March. It’s the movie that exhibitors are hoping can help bring them back from the economic slump imposed upon them by COVID-19, but a new report indicates that in order for Tenet to be released, Warner Bros. Pictures needs at least 80% of movie theaters around the world to be open in order to be worth their trouble. Read More »
Wonder Woman 1984 won’t be coming out in June as originally planned thanks to the coronavirus pandemic shutting down movie theaters. As of now, the DC Comics sequel is slated for release in August, but we’re still getting new details about the movie thanks to magazines who had to prep their promotional spreads for the movie months in advance.
Today, two new photos from Wonder Woman 1984 have arrived along with a few new details about where we find Diana of Themyscira in the 1980s. It should come as no surprise that with no friends or family alive and near her in 1984, she finds herself very lonely. But as we’ve seen in the trailers, a familiar face is about to return. Read More »
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We all had a feeling this was coming: the Wonder Woman 1984 release date has been pushed from June to August. Warner Bros. made the decision to move their big superhero sequel due to the coronavirus crisis, and not only is Wonder Woman moving, but several other Warner pics have shifted as well. While Wonder Woman 1984 has its August date locked down (for now), films like In the Heights, Scoob, and Malignant have been pulled from the calendar indefinitely.
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With all the chaos happening in the world right now, we need heroes. Thankfully, there are plenty of those in the medical profession who are doing everything they can to save as many lives as possible. But it doesn’t hurt to take solace in fictional superheroes, especially when they’re crafted so majestically by a great artist.
Bottleneck Gallery is releasing two new Wonder Woman prints today with stunning artwork by Ann Bembi. Each is a portrait of Gal Gadot as the DC Comics superhero, and they both look like they belong in a museum. One of the prints gives us the electrified, super-powered version of Wonder Woman from the first movie. The other features Diana of Themyscira in the new Golden Eagle armor from Wonder Woman 1984. They’re both incredible and will be on sale this morning. Read More »