2020 has certainly not been kind to just about every layer of the movie industry. Studios haven’t been able to release their films, cast and crew have had to work under strict COVID-19 protection guidelines and cinemas are hemorrhaging money due to shutdowns.
Deadline is reporting that their exhibition sources say Warner Bros. have been considering a shortened theatrical window (roughly three weeks) for Wonder Woman 1984 before putting it on video-on-demand platforms. However, Deadline’s studio insiders have refuted that claim, saying that the plan is still for the movie to experience a full run in theaters with a release on December 25, 2020 or later
Indeed, until a vaccine is available, this is just how things have to be. For fans, this means more time away from their favorite characters and stories. It’s an unfortunate state of affairs.