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When you woke up Monday morning, the release of Wonder Woman 1984 was just about a year away.

To answer your burning questions, the reason Gadot calls 5 June 2020 the film's "rightful home" is because the original film was released on the first weekend of June in 2017.

The sequel, which is due to finish filming in December following a six-month shoot, would have been released a month after the Joker which is scheduled to open on October 4, 2019. The film is meant to be the first chapter of a trilogy with a new heroine as the lead character.

Paramount has moved the sixth "Terminator" movie back two weeks to November 1, 2019.

The next Wonder Woman film is the eighth movie in the DC Universe, as well as the fourth movie starring Gal Gadot, the former Israeli beauty queen.

Just yesterday, Wonder Woman 1984 exited the November 1, 2019 release date in favor of June of 2020.

This morning, Paramount announced that the sixth cinematic installment of the classic sci-fi franchise would be moving up its release date to November 1, 2019 after originally being scheduled for November 22 of that same month. It will open against Sony's revamped "Charlie's Angels". Also hitting theaters is Sony's Charlie's Angels reboot, directed by Elizabeth Banks, so we'll know for sure which property the world loves best (though, for the love of everything, I can't imagine Terminator 6 losing this one). Patrick Stewart and Djimon Hounsou will play the other two Bosleys.

As for the new Terminator movie, it's something completely fresh.

"As Schwarzenegger previously detailed, "[James] Cameron and Tim [Miller] came up with a concept where they can continue on with the T-800 but make a whole new movie.

It'll be interesting to see which film ends up winning the box office next November.


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