Wonder Woman in 1984 would miss theater to digitally premiere, a new film trailer confirms that it receives big-screen attention.
Warner Bros., Universal and Disney all pulled film from theater releases for debuts in the midst of the pandemic on streaming platforms. Stankey has omitted Christopher Nolan’s Tenet from a first digital edition of all of Warner Bros. ‘s main titles.
DC Comic’s FandDome event was hosted by Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, and Pedro Pascal to answer questions and launch with a new trailer for a few viewers.
The new trailer reveals Wonder Woman on Cheetah, Kristen Wiig’s new character. New scenes taking Diana Prince to Steve Trevor are also shown.
Wonder Woman 1984 was scheduled to hit theater on June 5, but was delayed until August 14 as Warner Bros. tried to decide a new plan for her blockbusters with closure of theatres.
The studio postponed Wonder Woman again 1984, the new release date of 14 August until 2 October.
AT&T’s CEO John Stankey said it will be directly available to digital distributors through all Warner Bros brands (WarnerMedia is an AT&T subsidiary).
Although it was “unlikely” to follow that path, Wonder Woman 1984 was not impossible.