No more delays. That’s a promise we can take from DC and Warner Bros.’ latest announcement regarding the highly anticipated follow-up to Wonder Woman that got pushed back many times due to the pandemic crisis.

Warner Bros. has recently confirmed that the superhero sequel starring Gal Gadot is slated to premiere simultaneously in theaters and on streaming service HBO Max on December 25.

Unfortunately, though, this only applies to the U.S. In other countries, Wonder Woman 1984 will hit the big screen on December 16.

Jason Kilar, CEO of WarnerMedia, said via a blogpost that there were many factors that caused them to arrive at this decision such as the pandemic, their “belief in the theatrical experience,” their support to the team behind this big-budget project, and the fans which, as he put it, “is where important decisions like this should always start and should always end.”

Gal Gadot, who is back to reprise her role as the amazonian super warrior, also shared her excitement on Instagram. “IT’S TIME,” the actress wrote. “We’ve all waited a long time for this one to come. I can’t tell you how excited I am for all of you to see this movie. It wasn’t an easy decision and we never thought we’d have to hold onto the release for such a long time but COVID rocked all of our worlds.”

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This is one of the major updates on the upcoming Patty Jenkins film, alongside the latest trailer that unveils Kristen Wiig as Cheetah, Wonder Woman’s archenemy in the sequel.

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