'Wonder Woman 2' - New Release Date and Gadot’s Alleged Ultimatum
Excellent news if you are eager to see Princess Diana back in theaters sooner than later! — On Monday, Warner Bros. announced the sequel to Patty Jenkins $821 million dollar international phenomenon will move its release date from December 13, 2019 up six weeks to November 1. The move comes after Disney and Lucasfilm slated Star Wars: Episode IX for Dec. 20, 2019, giving “Wonder Woman 2” just one week to ‘rule’ the box office. Although the new date also gives Princess Diana one week until MGM’s “Bond 25” hits theaters, it’s hard to imagine “25” exceeding Skyfall’s record-breaking $88 million franchise opening and “Woman Woman 2” not projecting around $50-$60 million (40% drop) in its second weekend of release. And it’s entirely conceivable “Woman Woman 2” will have a five week path to rake in the dough until Disney’s ‘Frozen 2’ debuts on November 27.
It's Official: Patty Jenkins Will Direct 'Wonder Woman 2'
Warner Bros. pulled this year's biggest no-brainer making Jenkins the highest paid female director — Variety's source confirms Jenkins payday is in the $8 million dollar range to write, direct, and produce the sequel - making Jenkins the highest paid female director of all time. A deserving and notable increase considering Jenkins was paid $1 million to direct Wonder Woman.
Patty Jenkins nearing massive deal to direct 'Wonder Woman 2'
It's was only a matter of time until the director of North America's biggest blockbuster (Summer 2017) and now 24th ranked all-time grossing film got hers.
'Wonder Woman 2' returns December 13, 2019
Bond 25 and Frozen 2 will each have three weeks to rule the box office until Wonder Woman crashes the party — It's official! Warner Bros. (WB) announced "Wonder Woman 2" will hit U.S. theaters Dec. 13, 2019. This announcement comes a week after WB set dates for a number of unconfirmed films, including untitled DC films set for release on February 14 and June 5, 2020. "Wonder Woman 2" officially joins Justice League (Nov. 17, 2017) and Aquaman (Dec. 21, 2018) as the only titled DC films with release dates.