Sony's Charlie's Angels reboot has taken over the November 1, 2019 release date slot vacated by Warner Bros.'s Wonder Woman 1984, reports Variety. The Kristen Stewart-led flick was originally scheduled for September 27, 2019.
Along with that, more details on why Warner Bros. moved the Wonder Woman sequel back seven months has been revealed.
Warner Bros.'s budding Six Million Dollar Man reboot starring Mark Wahlberg was sloted for the June 6, 2020 date, but was removed according to The Hollywood Reporter - paving the way for Wonder Woman 1984's move. According to THR however, Warner Bros. said they moved it because the original Wonder Woman opened in a similiar date (June 1, 2017).