Wonder Woman 1984 has followed a pretty rough path towards release in the past year and a half. Initially dated for December 2019, it was then moved up to November of that year before being delayed until July of 2020. That was pre-pandemic.
Once the coronavirus hit, WW84, like so very many other films, was delayed, first to August, then to October and once again to Christmas Day, where it currently sits.
Previously, it was reported that the upcoming Gal Gadot-led Wonder Woman 1984 was “definitively” on track for its December 25 release date, although Warner Bros was still expected to make a very close call on the film’s release.
Some recent reports have indicated that Warner Bros. is considering a shortened theatrical window (roughly three weeks) for Wonder Woman 1984 before putting it on video-on-demand platforms. However, other studio insiders have refuted that claim, saying that the plan is still for the movie to experience a full run in theaters with a release on December 25, 2020 or later.
If WW84 gets pushed back again, it’ll land a release date in 2021, over a year after its initial intended debut.
via The Direct