The sequel to DC's 2017 hit was originally scheduled to be released November 1, 2019.
Despite Gadot's upbeat tone, the new date marks a seven-month delay in the film's release.
She tweeted: 'Super excited to announce that, thanks to the changing landscape, we are able to put Wonder Woman back to its rightful home.
Furthermore, Warner Brothers had already pushed the release date by a year, moving it from the 31st of May, 2019, until the 5th of June, 2020.
Looks like fans will have to wait a little longer for Wonder Woman 1984. As of now, Aquaman is releasing in December which will be followed by Shazam in April. The follow-up, which is shooting now, had been scheduled to open November 1, 2019. The currently-untitled Terminator 6 from Paramount Pictures has filled the vacancy some 24 hours after Wonder Woman left it.
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The Flash was thought to be coming soon after that, but has since been delayed, and then there are any number of other things that could be coming down the pipeline, including James Gunn's Suicide Squad 2, Matt Reeves' The Batman, Ava Duvernay's New Gods, and so on. Elizabeth Banks' Charlie's Angels reboot moved on the date as well, and the two films will now compete on the same opening weekend.
Of course, Wonder Woman itself was a breakout hit for DC, and one of the most lucrative films for DC.
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The release date shift gives Charlie's Angels less competition, since no other movies are now slated to open on November 1, 2019.