It’s been revealed by Warner Bros. Pictures that Wonder Woman 1984 is coming to cinemas despite rumours suggesting they might release the movie on-demand.
It was previously reported that Warner Bros. Pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich was considering making Wonder Woman 1984 available through streaming.
This was going to be instead of releasing the movie in cinemas due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
However, Warner Bros. has confirmed via IndieWire that they are still planning on releasing the movie in cinemas across the globe.
I suppose they are hoping that by the time Wonder Woman 1984 is scheduled for release, the pandemic will be over.
At the moment, we’re really not sure what’s going to happen.
Wonder Woman 1984 is going to get a cinema release after all
That said, I really do hope that we would have stopped the pandemic by the time Wonder Woman 1984 is scheduled for release.
If it’s still not dealt with by June 5th then we really are in trouble.
I have to say that it is cutting very close. Some experts have claimed that we are going to be dealing with this pandemic for the next year.
That would be terrible for so many reasons. The economy could be in tatters (which it already is). People’s mental state would be at an all-time low.
Many people’s jobs would be done for. A huge majority of people are already facing job losses.
Fingers crossed it all gets worked out by then so that we can all go back to some kind of normality.
What do you make of this news?
Are you happy to hear that Wonder Woman 1984 will be getting a cinema release after all?
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