It's unclear why both Sony and Paramount rushed to secure a November 1, 2019 release date for their tentpole features, but it's probably down to simply wanting what the studios previously couldn't have.
Shortly after Sony Pictures confirmed that it had pushed the Elizabeth Banks-directed Charlie's Angels refresh back from September 27, 2019 to November 1, 2019, Paramount delayed its upcoming Terminator reboot from November 15, 2019 to - wait for it - November 1, 2019. Entertainment shows Gal Gadot in a scene from "Wonder Woman".
"Super excited to announce that, thanks to the changing landscape, we are able to put Wonder Woman back to its rightful home", she writes.
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But here's a fun fact for you release date nerds: November 1 is the same weekend that the first Charlie's Angels movie, starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu, opened in 2000.
More like Wonder Woman 2020, amirite? Jeff said the movie is now "exactly where it belongs". In the meantime, feel free to make dumb jokes about where Wonder Woman 2 to 1983 went, or that it should be called "Wonder Woman 2020" now or some corny shit like that.
The move is the latest shakeup to the Warner Bros./DC Comics universe.
Gadot didn't give specifics on what the "changing landscape" is referencing, but assumedly it would be changes to other movies' release dates - or the release of the Joker film one month prior to the previous release date on October 4.