If your plans for the first weekend in October involve seeing Wonder Woman 1984 on the big screen, you’ll need to make new arrangements. Again.
Like many of the upcoming blockbuster films, the superhero sequel has pushed back opening day due to pandemic.
Originally planned to hit theaters in June, then August before settling on October 2nd, the new date is now Christmas.
According to Variety, Warner Bros. didn’t want to risk “mediocre box office receipts”. While reels are spinning at 70% of movie houses in America, the all-important New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco markets still remain closed.
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— Variety (@Variety) September 11, 2020