• "Wonder Woman 1984" and "Tenet's" release dates were pushed back
  • The next "James Bond" movie will be arriving earlier than what was previously announced
  • Director Patty Jenkins denied the rumored romance between Wonder Woman and Cheetah

“Wonder Woman 1984,” “Tenet” and “No Time To Die” have new release dates.

Fans have been clamoring for the opening of theaters. However, according to Variety, the release dates of three highly anticipated movies have changed.

Warner Bros. pushed back Gal Gadot’s “Wonder Woman 1984” from Aug. 14 to Oct. 2. This is the second time that the sequel of the superhero movie is postponed.

Initially, Patty Jenkins’ movie was supposed to hit theaters on June 5. However, it was pushed to August due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Meanwhile, Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” will be released on July 31.

“We are excited that our partners at Warner Bros. will offer a new generation of film fans the opportunity to enjoy Inception the way it was originally intended to be seen — on the big screen,” the National Association of Theatre Owners said in a statement. “Over these last months we have been keeping Warner Bros. closely informed of our work towards reopening our theatres in accordance with governmental health and safety requirements, and we are looking forward to audiences enjoying Tenet in our theatres all around the world on [July 31].”

Disney’s “Mulan,” on the other hand, will premiere on July 24. Meanwhile, “Unhinged” from Solstice Studios and Sony’s romance-drama “The Broken Hearts Gallery” will launch on July 10.

While some movies were postponed, the next “James Bond” movie, “No Time to Die,” will arrive in cinemas earlier than expected. The movie's official Twitter account made the announcement on Saturday (June 13).

“No Time to Die” was originally set for release on April 10. It was postponed to Nov. 25 due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, it has been moved up five days earlier and will now be released on Nov. 20 in the United States. However, the release date in the U.K. remains unchanged, Nov. 12.

In related news, Jenkins denied the speculations that Wonder Woman has a romantic relationship with Cheetah.

“It might have [happened] in a different storyline. But because this storyline was so clearly about Steve (Trevor, played by Chris Pine) coming back, the whole story was about Steve. It’s all a love story with Steve. There wasn’t room for two for Diana,” the director told SFX.

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Gal Gadot stars in "Wonder Woman 1984." Warner Bros./Clay Enos