Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins explains why she had to pull out of the second Thor movie over the script’s bad quality.
Wonder Woman 1984 has become the latest summer movie to move out of the path of the coronavirus crisis.
Warner Bros. has released six new images from this summer’s highly anticipated Wonder Woman sequel.
Despite a widespread report that Wonder Woman 1984 could go direct to digital release, Warner Bros. is shooting down the story.
Warner Bros. has released a new motion poster for Wonder Woman 1984 that indicates the studio is sticking to its summer release date.
So far, just two have been revealed: a classic costume Wonder Woman, and the gold winged armor version.
If Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot has her way, she will bring her iconic heroine back into the present day DC Extended Universe.
A very small taste of what to expect from the next DCEU film.
The director of Wonder Woman 1984 already has ideas about where to take the franchise, once Warner Bros. signs off on them.
Over the weekend, Wonder Woman 1984 star Gal Gadot revealed that she sustained injuries to her spine while shooting the sequel.
Warner Bros. drops new Wonder Woman 1984 posters for Diana, Steve Trevor, Barbara Minerva, and Maxwell Lord.
t CCXP, Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot unveiled the first trailer for Wonder Woman 1984!
Princess Diana is back in action in the ’80s in Warner Bros.’ first glimpse from Wonder Woman 1984.
The Mandalorian star Pedro Pascall is Maxwell Lord in Wonder Woman 1984.
The highly anticipated Wonder Woman sequel will have its first footage screened at CCXP in Brazil this December.
The trailer for the upcoming sequel will arrive in December
The studio’s only major presence will be their ScareDiego event
Although Patty Jenkins personally pushed for Wonder Woman 1984 to get a 2020 release, she’s now eager for fans to see her sequel.
The movie is set to open in theaters June 5, 2020
Warner Bros. revealed a couple of posters for Wonder Woman 1984 and Birds of Prey at thier panel in Las Vegas’ CinemaCon. Check them out.
The producer of Wonder Woman 1984 clarifies why the movie won’t be hitting theaters this fall as originally planned.