Comic-book movie fans are eagerly anticipating the Wonder Woman 1984 trailer and it looks like we finally have an update on when to expect it.
The fate of the DCEU looked incredibly bleak following the release of Zack Snyder’s rather disastrous Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice. But fortunately, Wonder Woman soared into cinemas to save the day shortly after. Patty Jenkins’ 2017 blockbuster marked a pivotal point for superhero cinema enthusiasts. Just as patience with DC Comics movies was running scarily thin. The project masterfully turned things around.
What to expect from Wonder Woman 1984
As the title suggests, it looks like we’ll be checking in with Gal Gadot’s titular heroine in the eighties.
The plot is pretty under wraps as of yet, but what we do know already has us so excited. Kristen Wiig – the exceptionally talented star of Bridesmaids and Mother! – will be tackling the role of Cheetah. She is the archenemy of Wonder Woman, so the character’s forthcoming portrayal is a pretty big deal for diehard fans of the Amazonian princess.
Where’s the trailer?
As reported by Empire, Warner Bros. will be skipping out on San Diego Comic-Con’s popular Hall H presentation schedule. This means that DC fans will have to wait a little longer for DCEU’s marketing treasures to be unveiled; although, with the colorful new poster recently dropping, fans have something to tide them over.
What we all want to know is when the trailer will finally drop. Fortunately, it looks like we know when to expect it. Director Patty Jenkins took to Twitter to express her excitement for the film’s marketing campaign, which she says will begin in full this December. So, it looks like the trailer will arrive as an early Christmas present of sorts.
Wonder Woman 1984 release date
The highly anticipated sequel is currently scheduled to release in UK cinemas on Friday, June 5th, 2019. It’s sure to be one of the biggest blockbusters of the year, and potentially the highest grossing DCEU effort to date, dethroning James Wan’s celebrated Aquaman adaptation.