In the year 2017, we saw how DC swayed the theatres with the sequel of the Amazonian Princess, Princess Diana who played the leading role of Wonder Woman 1. Hype has been an all – time thing for this great picture from DC-Comic. DC fans don’t care about how their rivals Marvel came up with their fantastic sequel towards the ‘Thanos‘ scenes, Wonder Woman seems like a game changer for fans worldwide.
Wonder Woman is one of the movies that received a critical and commercial acclaim, rating a grossing of $820 million at the worldwide box office, lovers of the Amazonian pride always wanted to see the next sequel of the movie, while waiting in the process, the time has come for us to witness the arrival of Diana Prince in Wonder Woman 1984 come this 25th December, 2020.
The trailer for Wonder Woman 1984 came out almost a year ago now, with a planned release date of June 5, 2020 — already pushed back from its original November 2019 date. The cause of this delay was as a result of the novel Coronavirus pandemic.
Not only affecting Wonder Woman 1984 release date but also has affected a lot of blockbuster movies which were set to be released in Summer, 2020, excluding “Tenet.”
Most movies in action will set back to continue on the year ahead of us. Although vaccines have been discovered and proven effective, movie centers and theatres will still have some restrictions just to set things back in normality.
Well, all these restrictions aren’t stopping Wonder Woman 1984. The movie has received lots of hype from top notch mass media Warner Bros and HBO Max. The big-budget superhero film is defying all expectations by arriving on December 25, 2020 in theaters (where they’re open) and on HBO Max.
Reports circulate that the action-packed movie will have a runtime of 2 hours 31 minutes (151 minutes). That’s not too far off from the original Wonder Woman, which had a runtime of 2 hours and 29 minutes. The runtime is worth it looking at all the suspense in the sequel.
Looking at the major casts and their mysterious role. Looking at these casts– namely introducing Cheetah (Kristen Wiig) and Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) while bringing Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) back from the dead — there’s a lot of story to squeeze into two-and-a-half hours. The movie can definitely earn its lengthy runtime.
As it stands, Wonder Woman 1984 will exceeds all DC newly and upcoming movies, beating Aquaman (142 minutes), Suicide Squad (123 minutes), and the theatrical cut of Justice League (120 minutes). Birds of Prey, which actually managed to sneak into theaters this year before the pandemic, is a breezy 109 minutes.