Wonder Woman 1984 will be 2 minutes longer than the first film.

Early this year there were rumors that WONDER WOMAN release depends on how well Christopher Nolan’s TENET movie does at the box office. With the movie exceeding expectation at the global box office it releases, looks like WONDER WOMAN 1984 could be the next Warner Bros blockbuster to hit the big screen. And now thanks to the Korea Media Rating Board we have the runtime of the movie. According to a new listing, the Wonder Woman sequel will have a runtime of 150-minute runtime. The film will be rated 12+ in Korea and PG-13 in the U.S.


Wonder Woman 1984 was previously set for December 13, 2019, and then moved to November 1, 2019, again to June 5, 2020, before moving from August 14 to October 2. We got our first look at Kristen Wiig’s Cheetah transformation last month with the new trailer released during a panel at the DC FanDome online event.

Wonder Woman 1984 is the ninth installment in the DC Extended Universe. The film is directed by Patty Jenkins. It will take place in the ’80s during the Cold War between the US and the then-Soviet Union, and will see Diana Prince/Wonder Woman faces two new villains, Kristen Wiig’s Barbara Minerva, aka Cheetah, and Pedro Pascal’s Max Lord while dealing with the mysterious return of Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor.