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UK release date Released: 2nd June 2017  |  BBFC Age Rating:  
Wonder Woman

Directed by


Danny Huston
Saïd Taghmaoui
Ewen Bremner
Eugene Brave Rock
Lucy Davis
Elena Anaya
Lilly Aspell
Lisa Loven Kongsli
Ann Wolfe
Ann Ogbomo
Emily Carey
James Cosmo
Wolf Kahler
Alexander Mercury
Martin Bishop
Flora Nicholson
Pat Abernethy
Freddy Elletson
Sammy Hayman
Michael Tantrum
Philippe Spall
Edward Wolstenholme
Ian Hughes
Marko Leht
Steffan Rhodri
Andrew Byron
Dominic Kinnaird
Rachel Pickup
Ulli Ackermann
Frank Allen Forbes
Peter Stark
Rainer Bock
Josh Bromley
Jennie Eggleton
Eva Dabrowski
Harvey James
George Johnston
Danielle Lewis
Florence Kasumba
Eleanor Matsuura
Josette Simon
Doutzen Kroes
Hayley Warnes
Caitlin Burles
Jemma Moore
Samantha Jo
Brooke Ence
Madeleine Vall
Hari James
Jacqui-Lee Pryce
Betty Adewole
Caroline Maria Winberg
Lizzie Bowden
Kattreya Scheurer-Smith
Sharmina Harrower
Rekha Luther
Thaina Oliveira
Ooooota Adepo
Zinnia Kumar
Toma McDonagh
Amber Doyle
Freddy Carter
Fred Fergus
Tim Pritchett
Gana Bayarsaikhan
Camilla Roholm
Stephanie Haymes-Roven
Nia Burke
Sofia Abbasi
Clive Aitkins
Georgina Armstrong
Annarie Boor
Harry Brewis
Susanne Brown
Eric Coco
Gordon Coe
Bern Collaco
Nick Davison
Steve Doyle
Dino Fazzani
Flor Ferraco
Sternkiker François
Martavious Gayles
David Georgiou
Roman Green
Shane Griffin
Steve Healey
Karl Fredrick Hiemeyer
Leigh Holland
Kornelia Horvath
Kevin Hudson
Tim Ingall
Marie Jackson
Ben Kelleher
Gary Kiely
John Kinory
Dario A. Lee
Marian Lorencik
Christopher Marsh
Lora Moss
James M.L. Muller
Ekran Mustafa
Lee Neville
Shaun Newnham
Mayling Ng
Dennis O'Donnell
Yves O'Hara
Rajeev Pahuja
Jag Patel
Tilly Powell
Richard Price
Anthony J Sacco
Adam Sef
Mick Slaney
Zack Snyder
Josh Spear
Richard Stanley
A.k. Steppa
Fran Targ
Roy Taylor
Roy Martin Thorn
Phil Tillott
Matt Townsend
Elena Valdameri
Andrea Vasiliou
Ray Whelan
Tom Whelehan
Zac Whitehead
Shiraz Yasin
Miroslav Zaruba
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News from around the web

Mulan was about a week away from release when the world started closing down due the the COVID-19 pandemic, after a couple of new dates Disney have now removed it from their schedule until further notice.

Closed Cinema

This isn't much of a surprise as America is still deep in the pandemic with cases increasing daily and there is no sign to the end meaning cinemas are still not ready to re-open.

This may seem unfair to the rest of the world which is slowly staring to re-open and cinemas are in limited capacity accepting people in their doors, but who knows like Warner Bros. and Tenet a staggered release may happen.

Bill & Ted Face The Music

This is just the latest is what is becoming a long list of films, as mentioned Tenet has been removed indefinitely and today it was announced that Bill & Ted Face The Music will get a simultaneous movie theatre and VOD release.

There are more to come I'm sure as Wonder Woman 1985 and A Quiet Place Part II are just around the corner and the virus is still months away from being controlled in the US.

A staggered global release similar to hot things were before the turn of the Millennium is possible, films used to get released in Europe and Australia often up to a year after their American release.

VHS Pirate Cassette

This was stopped primarily because of piracy and with the internet the ease of distributing pirated films, as opposed to buying the film on VHS from your mate down the pub!

25thframe.co.uk will bring you more as films get delayed.

When cinemas first closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic the major studios started shifting their release schedule, with a new spike in the virus studios are starting to make even more changes.


Warner Bros. Recently changed the release date of Wonder Woman 1984 October 2nd and then just this week they moved Tenet to August 12th.

Now today Disney moves the release of Mulan, again, to August 21st, this is the second move for a movie that should have been released in March, just as the virus hit the world.

What is interesting is that it seems the studios are delaying the release of these film worldwide, although it is only the US which is seeing a large spike, especially in the south, of the virus.

The UK government announced this week that cinemas in the UK could start reopening from July 4th, and in much of Europe and Australia many cinemas are open already.

With the US expecting the surge to get even worse, with potential lockdowns happening again, it is anyones guess when it will be safe for cinemas to open.

You can expect there to be more rescheduled film coming, and I hate to say it but some films, Mulan, Bill & Ted Face The Music and The New Mutants to name a few missing a theatrical release and going direct to VOD.

Warner Bros. release a new trailer for their tentpole film Tenet which is directed by Christopher Nolan, the film is currently set for a July 17th release.

The movie looks like a fantastic sci-fi movie in the typical Christopher Nolan vein of through provoking and head scratching excellence, the movie stars a whole host of big names like John David Washingtonm, Robert Pattinson, Kenneth Branagh and of course Michael Caine.

Christopher Nolan

With cinemas currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic there is no decision yet on when they will reopen, so although there is no change of release Warner Bros. may yet move it to later in the year.

This will be a shame as the cinema chains are in some ways waiting for a big blockbuster before reopeneing, although at the moment local authorities are looking at how people can social distance inside a movie theatre before allowing them to open their box office again.

If the movie does get released it will kick off the movie season with Wonder Woman 1984, Mulan, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run and Bill And Ted Face The Music following close on its heels .

There is still doubt if the public will 'risk' going to the cinema when things first start opening up again but Tenet is currently set to be the first test things out.

Still enjoy the trailer as its the first sight of a new film we've had in a while.

With the stay at home order issued by the UK government, and the closing of non essential businesses, cinemas are still closed and the public are not leaving home, hence there are no new releases at the box office this weekend.

The Invisible Man

This is going to continue for the coming weeks and it could be late April, early May before things resume to normal.

Its been an interesting week with more films being delayed, most notably Wonder Woman 1984 which was due for release next month has now been moved to August 14th.

Although there was no official box office chart this weekend, the first time since the regular box office was reported, with cinemas not closing down until the middle of the week some figures were reported and The Invisible Man would have been the top film in the UK.

Also across the globe there was some countries reporting box office figures, and Trolls World Tour would have been the top movie of the week.


Many studios released their most recent blockbuster movies on streaming this past week with the likes of The Invisible Man, Bloodshot and the last reported number one box office film Onward all doing well on the streaming services.

**UPDATE** It is being reported that cinemas in China are in fact closing down again as a precaution, and to help the global fight against the coronavirus.**UPDATE** In China where the coronavirus has subsided enough for cinemas to reopen, a number of older blockbusters have been re-released in a hope to get people back in the habit of going out to their multiplexes, these include Avatar, some Harry Potter films and a number of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films as well as The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy.

After the movies director release a tweet about moving the release date of the movie a new poster has been released today for the upcoming movie Wonder Woman 1984 which you can see to the right.

The poster isnt that different from the ones we have already seen and retains the 1980s look and feel.

<span class='green'><u><i><b>Wonder Woman</b></i></u></span> 1984

The movies release date is 14th August 2020 and it stars among others Gal Gadot and Chris Pine and is directed by Patty Jenkins.

The year is 1984 and Diana Prince (Wonder Woman) must battle against the deadly foe the Cheetah, a villainess who possesses superhuman strength and agility. Meanwhile she is also reunited with her past love Steve Trevor.

Check out the movie page for more information on this film.