So maybe it's fate that Wonder Woman 1984 moved to the summer as part of the "changing landscapes" (whatever that means) and Charlie's Angels takes on the mantle of representing female power for the month of November.
Wonder Woman fans are going to have wait a little longer for Gal Gadot's return in the highly anticipated sequel. The film starring Gal Gadot as the Amazonian superhero had been slated for a November 2019 release. It's unclear why both Sony and Paramount rushed to secure a November 1, 2019 release date for their tentpole features, but it's probably down to simply wanting what the studios previously couldn't have.
"Super excited to announce that, thanks to the changing landscape, we are able to put Wonder Woman back to its rightful home", Gadot tweeted. Next up is Aquaman, which surfaces December 21., and then Shazam! on April 5, 2019. Elizabeth Banks' Charlie's Angels reboot moved on the date as well, and the two films will now compete on the same opening weekend.
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No apparent creative differences or insane film-changing reshoots like Fox's The New Mutants, but rather a strategy to draw an audience during a more opportune time like Fox's other thing Dark Phoenix.
The Patty Jenkins directorial has become the crown jewel in the DC film universe and is expected to do many times better that its predecessor.
"The thing that I love most about Wonder Woman is that I feel she is us more than other superheroes", Jenkins added.
The release date shift gives Charlie's Angels less competition, since no other movies are now slated to open on November 1, 2019.