The shooting for Wonder Woman 1984, which started six months ago, has now come to an end. Gal Gadot shared three pictures on her Instagram with director Patty Jenkins and expressed her gratitude towards her co-stars and crew in a heartfelt message. The actress stated that shooting the second installment was even more special than the first one.
Gal Gadot took to Instagram to share the exciting news that filming for Wonder Woman 1984 has officially wrapped up. The production was shot in four different locations across three countries, and Gadot expressed her pride for the almost 1000 crew members who worked on the film every day. She also praised her director Patty Jenkins, referring to her as the “one and only” and expressing her gratitude for Jenkins’ unwavering support and encouragement on set. Gadot also thanked the talented cast for making each day enjoyable and fun. All in all, it sounds like the filming of Wonder Woman 1984 was a great success, and fans can’t wait to see the final product.
Patty and Gal make a great team! I feel incredibly fortunate to have Patty Jenkins as my director – there’s no one better.
Gadot expressed her gratitude towards her friend and the talented cast who made every day enjoyable and fun during the production of Wonder Woman 1984. She described the journey as demanding and challenging but was proud of everyone who put their all out there in every take and every day. Gadot thanked the universe for the opportunity to play this character and the fans who pushed her to do her best. She ended her statement by saying that she is happy and excited to share the movie with everyone in 2020. Warner Bros. announced that the release date of Wonder Woman 1984 has been moved from November 1, 2019, to July 5, 2020.
Prepared for Battle: Wonder Woman 1984 has no competitors on its release date, giving it the potential for a massive opening. The previous installment, Wonder Woman in 2017, was the first major success for Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe (DCEU), earning $103.2 million in its opening weekend. It went on to earn $412.5 million domestically and $821.8 million worldwide, with just a $149 million budget. Additionally, Gal Gadot reprised her role in Justice League a few months after the release of Wonder Woman.
Gal and Chris were the dynamic duo who spearheaded the success of Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe (DCEU) in 2017 with their blockbuster hit, Wonder Woman. Their movie opened to a whopping $103.2 million, making it the first true hit for the DCEU.
Mark your calendars as Warner Bros. has just announced that Wonder Woman 1984 will hit theaters on July 5, 2020. This news may come as a surprise to some, as the film was originally set to premiere on November 1, 2019. Bust out your leg warmers and neon-colored clothing, because it’s time to travel back to the ’80s with our beloved superhero.