A new trailer for upcoming DC film Wonder Woman 1984 has been released as part of the virtual CCXP Brazil fan event. A year ago the event played host to the first trailer for the film.
Warner Bros has announced Wonder Woman 1984 on streaming service HBO Max and cinemas on Christmas Day in USA. And we now have confirmation that the film will also be released in the UK on 16th December 2020. It is still unclear however whether this will be a cinema or VOD release in the UK where many large cinema chains are currently on limited opening or closed indefinitely.
Robert Pattinson has been cleared to return to filming ‘The Batman’ again after his positive COVID-19 test brought production on the comic book movie to a standstill. The studio has never confirmed the identity of the person with the positive test and did not reveal any information about Pattinson’s condition or if anyone else on the production tested positive. Representatives for Pattinson also never acknowledged that he had contracted the virus, though Variety confirmed an initial report in Vanity Fair that the actor had COVID-19.
Wonder Woman 1984 is officially delayed to later in 2020. After initially moving Wonder Woman 1984 to August, the studio then settled on an October release date, positioning Wonder Woman 1984 about a month after Tenet’s domestic debut. According to The Wall Street Journal, Wonder Woman 1984 has been delayed again. A new official release date is not set, but WB plans for Wonder Woman 1984 to come out later in 2020. The current scheduled date is December 25th 2020.
Leading figures in the U.K. film production sector told Variety Friday that they continue to have absolute faith in the measures being taken to keep cast and crew safe from COVID-19 on British sets. Production on “The Batman” has reportedly resumed at Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden, U.K., albeit without star Robert Pattinson’s presence, according to the Daily Mail. On Thursday, Pattinson was diagnosed with COVID-19 and has to self-isolate for 14 days. Warner Bros.’ had reportedly suspended filming in the United Kingdom after star Robert Pattinson tested positive for COVID-19.
Warner Bros.’ The Batman has suspended filming in the United Kingdom after star Robert Pattinson tested positive for COVID-19.
During the DC FanDome panel for Zack Snyder’s Justice League, a longer teaser trailer for the film was released. Zack Snyder also revealed the movie would be released in four hour-long parts and would be available internationally as well as on HBO Max in the USA. Take a look at the video below!
During The DC FanDome panel for the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984 a new trailer was unveiled for the film – check it out below! The panel featured stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal, and director/co-writer/producer Patty Jenkins as well as Brazilian fandome hosts Érico Borgo and Aline Diniz. There was also a surprise appearance from Lynda carter.
On Saturday, during the DC FanDome event, we’ll be getting our first trailer for Zack Snyder’s Justice League, but the director is giving us a little bit of teaser footage in the meantime. Today saw the release of a short teaser for that trailer released on Snyder’s Vero account. It’s only about 20 seconds long, but the teaser is more than enough to get everyone excited for what’s to come. Take a look in the video below!
Zack Snyder confirmed, at the end of an online screening of Man of Steel, that his ‘Snyder Cut’ version of Justice League was indeed real. And that it will be coming exclusively to HBO Max, the new WarnerMedia digital streaming service launching May 27, and is expected to debut in 2021. He has been releasing teases of the project on social media and today released a short teaser clip on Twitter. Continue reading