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Will the Coronavirus Pandemic Wipe Out All of Summer Blockbuster Season?

Say goodbye to blockbuster season — at least for this year. After would-be summer hits from Disney, Warner Bros., and Universal already vacated their release dates, Sony Pictures announced Monday that its comic book adventure “Morbius,” “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” and virtually all of its upcoming tentpoles were being moved into the fall or beyond. It was […]
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Patty Jenkins Is Grateful She Didn't Direct Thor: The Dark World

If all went according to plan, Patty Jenkins would’ve been the first woman to direct a Marvel Cinematic Universe film six years before anyone else. The Wonder Woman director was set to make the Thor: The Dark World back in 2013 but left early in the process due to “creative differences.” Now, years later, she’s opened…Read more...
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Gal Gadot Weighs in on Wonder Woman 1984 Release Delay

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Gal Gadot Weighs In On Wonder Woman 1984 Release Delay Wonder Woman 1984 joined an ever-growing list of films that have had to vacate their summer release dates due to the coronavirus outbreak. Warner Bros. has now positioned the big-budget sequel to open on August 14, which seems like a long time away. Nonetheless, Wonder Woman herself, actress Gal Gadot, feels your pain and decided to share her thoughts via her Twitter account. You can check out the full tweet below. “...
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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Release Moved to August, ‘In the Heights’ and Other Warner Bros. Movies Pushed Indefinitely

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. The coronavirus crisis has changed H...
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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Release Pushed Until August, ‘In the Heights’ Postponed Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

Warner Bros. is postponing Diana Prince’s return to the big screen. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, “Wonder Woman 1984” will now hit theaters on Aug. 14 instead of June 5. The studio also indefinitely pulled “In the Heights” — an adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical that was due out June 26 — as well as […]
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WB Finally Makes the Call to Push Wonder Woman 1984's Release

Wonder Woman 1984 has been stunned but is still standing up to the forces of evil. Read more...
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Wonder Woman 1984 release delayed two months by coronavirus concerns

Warner Bros. has pushed back released date of superhero film sequel to August
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Warner Bros. Postpones Wonder Woman 1984, In The Heights & More

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Warner Bros. postpones Wonder Woman 1984, In The Heights & More Two more films have bit the delay dust as Warner Bros. has elected to postpone the theatrical releases of Wonder Woman 1984, In the Heights, Scoob and Malignant, with the former being pushed to an August release while the latter three remain undated until after the coronavirus pandemic has passed. (Via Variety) RELATED: A Quiet Place Part II Release Date Delayed Due to Coronavirus “When we greenlit Wonder ...
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Ann Bembi’s New ‘Wonder Woman’ Posters Deliver the Hero We Need Right Now

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 the...
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More Details on Aquaman 2 and DC's Mysterious Trench Spinoff

Screenwriter David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick teases a wild take for The Conjuring 3. Get a new look at Wonder Woman 1984, and Black Widow’s Taskmaster. There are more rumors about the directors behind The Mandalorian’s second season. Plus, what’s to come on The Walking Dead and Stargirl. To me, my spoilers!Read more...
Tags: Science, The Walking Dead, Black Widow, Dc, Siren, Outlander, Star Trek Discovery, Amazing Stories, Light As A Feather, The Trench, The Conjuring 3, Marvels Spider Man, Wonder Woman 1984, David Leslie Johnson McGoldrick, The Mandalorian, Aquaman 2

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Gets Golden and Trippy in a New Motion Poster

While some of spring’s biggest blockbusters are running for the hills in the face of the spread of coronavirus around the United States, it sounds like Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Comics are still intending to release Wonder Woman 1984 this summer. In what feels like a show of confidence in blockbuster summer, the studio just released a new Wonder Woman 1984 motion poster featuring Gal Gadot decked out in her new Golden Eagle armor as some trippy vibrant colors swirl around her. Wonder Woma...
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Will Studios Delay Films Like ‘F9’, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, and ‘Black Widow’ Due to the Coronavirus? Here Are Their Current Plans

With the coronavirus (aka COVID-19) continuing to spread around the world, the film industry is bracing for whiplash: after a record-breaking year at the box office in 2019, some analysts are predicting the virus could result in at least a $5 billion loss in 2020. The virus’s impact is already well underway: 70,000 theaters have been closed in China, the James Bond film No Time to Die delayed its global release by seven months yesterday, and even Baby Yoda toy deliveries might be delayed to the...
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The Batman Suit Is Here, and So Is Batman's New Ride

Riverdale is facing not one, but two major exits. Another familiar face teases their return for Jurassic World 3. Wonder Woman 1984 merch gives us a vague look at Cheetah’s final form. Giancarlo Esposito teases getting his hands on Baby Yoda in The Mandalorian season two. Plus, new footage from Onward and what’s to…Read more...
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Wonder Woman 1984: Everything we know about the movie so far

Wonder Woman is heading back to theaters in June 2020. Here's what we know about Wonder Woman 1984 so far.
Tags: News, Trends, Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins, Movies & TV, Wonder Woman 2, Wonder Woman 1984

Exclusive: Alamo Drafthouse Audiences Pick the Best Films of 2019, Rank the ‘Star Wars’ Movies, and More in a New Infographic

We’re almost a full month into 2020, but the folks at the Alamo Drafthouse chain of theaters aren’t done looking back on the films of 2019. They’ve been crunching the numbers and they’ve given us an exclusive first look at what their audiences thought were they best films of 2019. Heck, they dug even deeper than that and also collected votes on the best scenes and performances. They also voted on the definitive ranking of all the Star Wars movies, and named their most anticipated movies of 2020...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Infographic, Black Widow, Avengers, Joaquin Phoenix, Joker, Skywalker, Tenet, Alamo Drafthouse, Little Women, Parasite, Star-Wars, Revenge Of The Sith, Midsommar, Jojo Rabbit

14 Women Directing Genre Movies We're Excited to Watch

The Oscars (and most Hollywood awards, for that matter) might be notorious for ignoring women directors but fortunately, genre cinema doesn’t feel the same way. In fact, some of our most anticipated superhero, fantasy, sci-fi, and horror films are directed by women. Imagine that! Read more...
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Here's What io9's Staff Is Personally Psyched About for 2020

The Skywalker Saga and the latest phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe might be over, but if our lists of upcoming comic books, movies, and TV shows are any indication, it’s that 2020 promises to be another huge year for genre entertainment. Read more...
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Box Office Predictions for 2020: From Surefire Hits to Potential Busts

The box office has something to prove this year. Moviegoers flocked en masse in 2019 to watch key Avengers hang up their suits and shields, the Clown Prince of Crime descend into madness and Simba take the throne (again). And yet, the domestic box office slipped 4% to $11.4 billion, down from 2018’s record high […]
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Secret agents, gay aliens and elf cops: 10 movies that have us excited for 2020

[caption id="attachment_546742" align="alignnone" width="670"] Tenet[/caption] Another year upon us, another litany of reasons to visit the local multiplex. 2019 featured a batch of fair-to-middling big-budget studio films, several of which left a foul taste in our mouths we still struggle to forget. Lucky for us, 2020 looks a bit brighter, with a good mix of action, adventure, suspense, musicals and drama set to hit the big screen. What has us most excited? Have a look, though bear with us: som...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Maxwell, Diana, Kristen Wiig, Ad Friendly, Dune, Chris Pine, Gal Gadot, Tenet, West Side Story, Pedro Pascal, Patty Jenkins, In The Heights, Artemis Fowl

Could The New Mutants Give Us One of Marvel's First Big Screen LGBTQ Couples?

Sam Raimi has an update on the Evil Dead saga. Get new looks at Wonder Woman 1984, Birds of Prey, No Time to Die, and Tenet. Annie Potts is back as Janine Melnitz in a weird new set of promos for Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Plus, Bitsie Tulloch is hyped for Superman & Lois, and new pictures from Crisis on Infinite Earth…Read more...
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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Image: Wonder Woman Shakes Down a Criminal

Behold Diana, Princess of Themyscira and manhandler of criminals. A new Wonder Woman 1984 image released by Warner Bros. shows Gal Gadot‘s titular superhero shaking down a supposed criminal at an ’80s mall, giving a whole new meaning to the Upside Down. See the new Wonder Woman 1984 image below. Wonder Woman 1984 Image #WonderWoman1984 is here to shakedown the 2020 box office in this #WW84 exclusive image… June 5! — Fandango (@Fandango) January 2, 2020 Malls ...
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From Dune to Wonder Woman: The most-anticipated movies of 2020

From intriguing superhero blockbusters to Christopher Nolan's mysterious new project, there are a ton of intriguing movies in 2020. Here are the ones to watch.
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Pedro Pascal’s ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Villain Has a Dark Comic Book History – Here’s What You Need to Know

Gone are the goatee and helmet, but Game of Thrones and The Mandalorian  heartthrob Pedro Pascal is indeed in the new trailer for next year’s Wonder Woman 1984 . His Maxwell Lord is a capitalist known for mythmaking. “Think about finally having everything you’ve always wanted,” he says in the trailer, in a television broadcast over ’80s scenes with boxy cars and shopping malls. In the short trailer, Pascal captures the comic books’ Lord, a smarmy-smooth negotiator who acts as a thorn...
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The Future of DC Superhero Movies: Superman, The Flash, Green Lantern…and J.J. Abrams?

In the wake of the box office disaster that was Justice League, the future of movies from DC Comics has been unclear. Despite the success of Wonder Woman and Aquaman at the box office, Warner Bros. Pictures has been trying to distance themselves from the interconnected universe of superheroes created by director Zack Snyder. The success of Joker will only bolster that initiative, and it appears the future of DC Comics on screen will include the return of The Flash, a new movie for Green Lantern...
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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Director Patty Jenkins Confirms Pedro Pascal as Maxwell Lord

It was all but a given, but now it’s official: Pedro Pascal is indeed playing Maxwell Lord in Wonder Woman 1984. Pascal’s character’s identity was kept secret for a while, but the minute the first image of him in costume arrived the assumption was that he was playing the villainous Lord. Now, director Patty Jenkins has confirmed it via social media. Well hello… Max. #WW1984 — Patty Jenkins (@PattyJenks) October 24, 2019 It’s been a while since we’ve heard anyth...
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Pedro Pascal's Wonder Woman 1984 Character Is Exactly Who You Thought He Was

It feels like eons ago we learned Game of Thrones star Pedro Pascal would be joining the highly-anticipated Wonder Woman sequel in an undisclosed role, what with him picking up another juicy role in the meantime you can’t really blame us for getting distracted. So it was a bit of surprise to see director Patty Jenkins…Read more...
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Updates From The Batman, Wonder Woman 1984, and More

Hulu’s putting zombies on a boat. HBO Max wants its own “Victorian X-Files” series. Get a look at the return of Birds of Prey’s Huntress for Crisis on Infinite Earths. Plus, new pictures from Titans, Amazon tackles The Feed, and what’s to come on Watchmen. To me, my spoilers!Read more...
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New Details Emerge on the Villain of Disney's Live-Action Mulan

Spider-Man: Far From Home lets one particular secret out of the bag. Patty Jenkins would like to move the release date for Wonder Woman 1984. Plus new looks at Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Legends of Tomorrow’s finale, and more. Spoilers onward!Read more...
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Updates From Wonder Woman 1984, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, and More

The new season of Agents of SHIELD is closer than you think. Child’s Play commits to a very peculiar marketing campaign. The Suicide Squad adds another Batman villain. Plus, what’s to come in iZombie’s final season, and a new John Wick clip. To me, my spoilers!Read more...
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DC Teases Female-Led ‘Wonder Woman 1984,’ ‘Birds of Prey’

DC Films offered up female heroes and villains during the Warner Bros. CinemaCon presentation on Tuesday. The studio showed footage from and interviews with the stars of “Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)” and “Wonder Woman 1984,” two of its most highly anticipated comic book films. “Birds of Prey” focuses […]
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