After six months of filming, Wonder Woman 1984 has wrapped up its production. Gal Gadot took to her Instagram to share three photos with director Patty Jenkins and thanked her co-stars and crew in a sincere message. The actress revealed that this experience was even more meaningful than the first installment.
Gal Gadot announced on her Instagram account that the shooting for Wonder Woman 1984 has come to an end. The production was filmed in different locations across three countries, and Gadot praised the nearly 1000 crew members who worked tirelessly on the film every day. She also expressed her admiration for Patty Jenkins, the director of the movie, and thanked her for her incredible support and encouragement on set. Gadot also gave credit to the talented cast for making each day entertaining and enjoyable. It seems like the filming of Wonder Woman 1984 was a triumph, and enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating the final outcome.
Patty and Gal are an amazing duo! I am grateful to have Patty Jenkins as my director, she is simply the best.
Gadot has expressed her gratitude towards the talented cast and her friend who made the production of Wonder Woman 1984 enjoyable and fun. She described the journey as demanding and challenging, but everyone put their all out there in every take and every day. Gadot thanked the universe for providing her with the opportunity to play this character and the fans who always supported and motivated her. She ended her statement by saying that she is happy and thrilled to share the movie with everyone in 2020. Warner Bros. has announced that the release date of Wonder Woman 1984 has been shifted from November 1, 2019, to July 5, 2020.
Get ready to gear up for Wonder Woman 1984 as it hits theaters with no competition on its release date. This gives the film a great chance to make a big splash at the box office. Its predecessor, Wonder Woman released in 2017, was the first massive hit for Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe (DCEU), bringing in an impressive $103.2 million over its opening weekend. The movie went on to earn a whopping $412.5 million domestically and $821.8 million globally, all on a budget of only $149 million. And to top it all off, fans got to see Gal Gadot reprise her role in Justice League just a few months later.
Gal and Chris formed an impressive team that led Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe (DCEU) to great success in 2017 with the release of their blockbuster hit, Wonder Woman. The film’s opening weekend earnings of $103.2 million marked a major milestone for the DCEU, making it the first true blockbuster hit for the franchise.
Put a reminder on your schedules because Warner Bros. has recently disclosed that Wonder Woman 1984 is scheduled to be released in theaters by July 5, 2020. This information might catch some off guard as it was initially slated for a November 1, 2019 debut. Get ready to don some leg warmers and bright-colored outfits as we go back in time to the 80s with our much-loved heroine.