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Every day the premiere of the long-awaited DC Studios film, Wonder Woman 1984, is closer. Despite this, the marketing campaigns continue to give everything for everything, because now they surprised us with a series of posters that surprised everyone his fan base.
In Wonder Woman 1984, director Patty Jenkins returns to command and Gal Gadot reprises the title role. It is the continuation that Warner Bros. Pictures makes from the first film that starred the DC superhero in Wonder Woman in 2017 and that broke records, with 822 million dollars at the box office worldwide.
The film also stars Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Kristen Wiig as Cheetah, Pedro Pascal as Max Lord, Robin Wright as Antiope, and Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta.
Many were the rumors that were pronounced about the new installment of the Wonder Woman movie, especially about the duration of the movie and now we have confirmation that it will be 2 hours and 31 minutes, 10 minutes longer than the Wonder Woman movie of 2017.
According to the sources, with the sale of tickets for Wonder Woman 1984 open in the United States, the running time of the film has been confirmed, not depending on the rumors that had been circulating since summer.
In addition, Warner has released a new international poster of the film starring Gal Gadot ahead of the film's previous release in the international market. Theaters came to Warner demanding a solution to prevent its already battered sector from being affected by piracy when the film was released on a streaming platform.
The result was an advance of the premiere in those countries where HBO Max does not serve (almost all), where it will arrive nine days before the United States.