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Fukunaga said that the original February date would have forced him rush the film during post-production so it would have impacted the quality of the film.
But it's also a good thing it was delayed from its Feb release, because that's when COVID started to hit and would have harmed NTTD at the box office considerably.
I still NTTD should have come out when Tenet did though. At this rate, the film could be endlessly pushed back 'just to be on the safe side' and years go by before we are allowed to see it.
MGM couldn’t have taken that risk. WB can afford to lose money on TENET, but not MGM.
I think its fait to say that NTTD would have done considerably better than Tenet did if it had released in late august.Tenet made 350 million which actually isnt bad considering the pandemic and the fact that its an original film which isnt based on a comic, or any other known IP.
Even if NTTD sucks,it would have still done better given that its a beloved franchise.
Then why would WB push WONDER WOMAN? It’s a pretty popular IP too.
I think these studios have a better idea of how well these films would have performed than us fanboys.
Because Tenet underperforming made them think twice about releasing WW84 soon after.Im convinced WW84 would also have done a lot better than Tenet had it been released first for the same reasons as Bond,popular franchise.
it's "coming" next month.
The question is how quickly and widely its rolled out to populations and 2. what's the level of rollout that will lead to a 'normal' reopening. By summer, the older population in the U.S and UK will have the jab by this rate. Younger folks in the autumn.
As much as it pains me to say, that is absolutely the decision they should make.
Starting to wish that the original delay was to Christmas 2021, at least then we wouldn't keep having our hopes raised to be dashed at each delay.
April 2021 is an unrealistic date. Biden starts working in mid-January 2021. That's not enough time to get the vaccine widely manufactured and distributed--just 2.5 months.
If you don t count FRWL, QOS, SF and SP.
Oh right, you Limeys got it earlier than us. Us Yanks always had to wait two weeks after!
Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre were all released in October.
Not in the States dammit!
The 2 week delay for the USA is very cruel.
Smart money agrees with you.
MakeshiftPython wrote about DN being the last movie to be released in October.
That was not about the US release date, as DN was not released in October in the US.
So the answers were not about the US, but about the world premiere.
They often get stuff before us in the UK so i have no sympathy.
Also,those of you in the U.S who have HBO MAX get to watch Wonder Woman 1984 on CHRISTMAS DAY in the comfort of your own homes!
Can someone tell me what's the reason behind this? Why 2 week late in US? Even here in India we get it within a week. I watched SF & SP both within a week in theatres.
Well Dr. No wasn't released in October in the States ...
Yes, and neither were QOS, SF, and SP.