Warner Brothers confirms Wonder Woman 1984 will still get full cinema release
Warner Brothers has confirmed that Wonder Woman 1984 will receive a full theatrical release.
There had been speculation that the blockbuster sequel may bypass a traditional release amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the studio has now confirmed to IndieWire that it will still head to cinemas.
It seems almost certain that the film's planned release date of June 5th will have to shift, but the studio have yet to confirm a delay.
Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen return for the sequel, while Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal, Natasha Rothwell, Ravi Patel, Gabriella Wilde and Oakley Bull join the cast.
In the sequel, Gadot's Diana Prince goes up against two foes, Pascal's Maxwell Lord, a businessman and entrepreneur who is famous for TV infomercials, and Wiig's Cheetah, a rich heiress who through an ancient ritual acquires supernatural feline powers.
The film is set in 1984 and also sees the return of Pine's Steve Trevor, Prince's love interest who was presumed to have died during the events of the first film.