Wonder Woman 1984, Tenet and up to 3 more movies change the release date

Warner Bros. shakes its premiere slate and changes the dates for Wonder Woman 1984, Tenet, Godzilla vs. Kong, Matrix 4, and Tom and Jerry.

Although the world is beginning to rid itself of the serious threat posed by the pandemic caused by the Coronavirus, Film Studios like Warner Bros. are very clear that rushing with the premieres means losing a lot of money. That is why the arrival dates for theaters of his next most powerful films have changed. As they are Wonder Woman 1984, Tenet, Godzilla vs Kong, Matrix 4 and Tom and Jerry.

Although Tenet will not be able to see it on July 17, another classic of Christopher Nolan How is it Origin (2010) will return to the big screen on its tenth anniversary. In a statement, the National Association of Theater Owners said: “We are excited that our Warner Bros. partners are offering a new generation of movie fans the opportunity to enjoy Origin the way it was originally intended to look: on the big screen. During these past few months we have kept Warner Bros. well informed of our work to reopen our cinemas in accordance with government health and safety requirements, and we hope that the public will enjoy Tenet in our theaters around the world on July 31st. ” .

New release dates:

Tenet. Old date: July 17, 2020. New Date: July 31, 2020.
Wonder Woman 1984. Old date: August 14, 2020. New Date: October 2, 2020.
Godzilla vs Kong. Old date: November 20, 2020. New Date: May 21, 2021.
Matrix 4. Old date: May 21, 2021. New Date: April 1, 2022.
Tom and Jerry. Old date: December 23, 2020. New Date: March 5, 2021.

As we can see, not only have the premieres been moved for a few months, but there are movies like Matrix 4 that we will see them a year later than planned. The reason is that production will resume later than expected, since with the special effects and all the necessary process they could not have arrived on time to the previous date.

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