‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Release Pushed Until August, ‘In the Heights’ Postponed Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

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WonderWoman1984 pushed until August, InTheHeights postponed due to coronavirus pandemic

Warner Bros. is postponing Diana Prince’s return to the big screen. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, “ Wonder Woman 1984 ” will now hit theaters on Aug. 14 instead of June 5. The st…

busy postponing major movies en masse. It’s a growing list that includes Disney’s “Black Widow” and “Mulan,” Universal’s “Fast & Furious” entry “Fast 9,” MGM’s James Bond follow-up “No Time to Die” and Paramount’s “A Quiet Place” sequel. Studios delayed tentpoles through May, but stopped short of pulling summer releases. Universal’s “Minions: The Rise of Gru” had been the one exception — the animated sequel was previously set to release in July but was indefinitely postponed because studio closures in France meant the movie wouldn’t be completed in time. “Wonder Woman 1984” and “In the Heights” are the first real sign that Hollywood expects theaters might still remain dark in June. Movie theaters nationwide closed their doors last week, and there’s a mounting sense of uncertainty over when venues might be able to turn their lights back on. AMC Theatres, the nation’s largest chain, estimated its locations could remain shuttered for six to 12 weeks starting in mid-March. Other major circuits like Regal, Cinemark, Alamo Drafthouse and Arclight didn’t offer up timeframes. Popcorn season, the industry’s nickname for the high-trafficked stretch between May and August, could be entirely upended if quarantine efforts extend longer than anticipated and studios continue to pull major movies. That could further devastate the film business since summer months tend to generate a large chunk of the year’s overall revenues. When theaters do eventually reopen, it’s unclear how eager audiences will be to return to a darkened room packed with strangers. If , business could start off slow as moviegoers get re-accustomed to doing public activities. More than 500 cinemas in China have commenced operation again as coronavirus outbreaks in the country begin to recede, but box office receipts are still cratering. Warner Bros. was particularly cautious when it came to setting a new release date for “Wonder Woman 1984” because it is expected to be one of the highest-grossing movies of the year. It carries a hefty budget above $180 million, so solid box office ticket sales are also essential to turn a profit. Since “Wonder Woman 1984” wasn’t going to hit the big screen for another two months, the studio hadn’t gotten to the bulk of its promotional efforts yet. However, one of the most effective marketing tactics for studios is having trailers play in theaters before other releases. That can’t happen, of course, unless multiplexes are open. “Wonder Woman 1984” is a sequel to 2017’s “Wonder Woman,” DC’s first standalone movie to spotlight a female superhero. The first film earned $821 million globally, and became a massive critical and commercial success. The follow-up, again directed by Patty Jenkins, follows Gal Gadot ’s Amazonian warrior in the Reagan era as she battles two formidable foes — Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) and Cheetah (Kristen Wiig) — while reuniting with her past love, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine). The cast also includes Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen. “In the Heights,” starring “Hamilton” alum Anthony Ramos and directed by “Crazy Rich Asians” filmmaker Jon M. Chu, was also expected to be a buzzy draw in theaters over the summer. Miranda’s slice-of-life musical centers on a largely Hispanic community in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. Popular on Variety Read more: Variety

This is the smart thing to do! But can we at least see a picture of Cheetah? Hard Pass Lovely, can't wait to see WW84 in theaters this August. Until then, stay safe everyone. Don’t- don’t do this PLEASE Imagine all the theaters closed. Nooo not In The Heights OMEGAGORMARU Good news for Godzilla vs Kong which will get to stay where it is!

Clutter Season Why? everything will be open by july or august stop pushing things back! LibraMikey Ughhhh I was waiting for it!!!! Wonder Woman is my favorite super hero🤦🏾‍♀️😭

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Wouldn't be surprised if it gets pushed again should the virus persist around the new date. God damn it. Been waiting for this since it was filmed across the street from my house Wise move IMHO. I'll still go see it. Ill be in s hazmat suit, but I'll go. NerdinOutLA Everyone is getting ready for college and school. Won't do well.

Gal is pictured here as the warrior she is, in Zack Snyder's Justice League. ReleaseTheSnyderCut BobDigi69 LdiaGc Waiting for a studio to roll the dice on a direct to streaming strategy for an A-list film to initiate the inevitable shift in consumer behavior away from cinemas

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Imagine that! BobDigi69 So why don’t wbpictures warnerbros WarnerMediaGrp appease the DCComics fans & ReleaseTheSnyderCut of JL on hbomax It’s got a lot more scenes w/ WW, Aquaman, Cyborg, Flash etc. & it’s got over 2yrs of hype behind it! WB could also ReleaseTheAyerCut of Suicide Squad ✌🏼 August 2098

StormingTrooper welp its only competition is Peter Rabbit 2 (if you can call that a competition) They should have released it last year only. . Justinlovebug1 BlackNerdMagic Fuck. Really wanted to see In The Heights. So we really could have seen this back in November

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Yassss The Box Office Debut is safe WonderWoman1984 pushed until August (of 2022 lol), intheheights postponed due to C O R O N A V I R U S pandemic!!!!! I think dating it already was wrong... No one knows when will this end WHAT THE FUCK JesabelRaay antovolk I can live with that. And not like no time to die that was pushed like 8 months

TENET is still standing WTF

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A New York hospital system is barring visitors, including partners, during childbirth due to coronavirus riskA health care system in New York is no longer allowing visitors, including partners, for its patients about to give birth, citing coronavirus risk. Better safe than sorry. Where is our leader? You are one of the direct, circulated cause of Fake News! America knows who you are!

Concerts Canceled Due To Coronavirus: Ongoing ListAs the coronavirus continues to spread, live event organizers have been canceling or postponing large gatherings from technology conferences to major concerts. List of what is cancelled. - Everything End of list. 😢😢😢😢😢

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