The successful DCU film of last year was Wonder Woman which opened the gate back for DC after continuous failures of their films. The movie marked a top received female-oriented film and made records at the box office with a good critical reception. Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman became the highest grossing film directed by a female and also creating huge anticipations for the sequel.
The first part released during summer 2017 and went on to collect $412.5 million at the US Box office and making a huge $822 million globally. The Warner Bros who are releasing the film initially planned to release by December 13, 2019, but owing to the next week release of Star Wars film, it was moved back to November 1, 2019.
The President of Domestic distribution of Warner Bros, Jeff Goldstein said We had tremendous success releasing the first Wonder Woman film during the summer so when we saw an opportunity to take advantage of the changing competitive landscape, we did. This move lands the film exactly where it belongs.
Gal Gadot tweeted announcing the new release date of Wonder Woman 1984as for June 5, 2019, saying that the film is now back to its rightful home. The sequel is very much looked forward by fans and is expected to make a record collection for DC films. Aquaman and Shazam! are the other promising DC films coming soon to give a comeback to the studio.