Wonder Woman 1984 undergoing re-shoots at Warner Bros. Studios in London was all over the news a few days back.
It’s pretty common for big-budgeted films to fine-tune things and do pickups in the time leading up to their release. As normal as it sounds, the news had surely made some of the DC fans anxious. This is because sometimes additional shootings have taken long to be completed and even changed a film’s entire narrative.
WONDER WOMAN 1984 WRAPS UP RE- SHOOTING
But now, a new update has confirmed that Wonder Woman 1984 wrapped up doing additional photography sometime during ‘ the last days of July.’ The entire re- shooting lasted for a little more than a week. The movie release will be delayed due to this. Film producer Charles Roven said: ” We always wanted the date we are on right now.”
In more news regarding Wonder Woman 1984, Hans Zimmer is all set to begin working on the background score for the movie.
WONDER WOMAN 1984: ALL THAT WE KNOW
CAST: The movie will once again star Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. The movie will also see the return of Steve Trevor, played by Chris Pine.
Kristen Wiig will play Barbara Ann Minerva/Cheetah, and Pedro Pascal is also set to play a role. The details are not known yet.
PLOT: Set in 1984, the plot will see Diana Prince come up against villain Cheetah, a British anthropologist gifted with some powers from a Cheetah God. His abilities include enhanced strength, speed, agility, night vision, and heightened reflexes.
The return of Steve is also an interesting point in the story.
THE REASON IT’S NOT A SEQUEL TO WONDER WOMAN
Warner Bros. is insisting it’s not a sequel: ” It’s a completely different time frame. You’ll get a sense of what Diana-slash- Wonder Woman has been doing in the intervening years. But it’s a completely different story even though it’ll have a lot of same emotional things, a lot of humor, a lot of brave action. Tugs at the heartstrings as well.”
Apparently, they want to say that Wonder Woman 1984 is the next iteration of Wonder Woman but not a sequel. The movie will be in theaters on June 5, 2020.