The latest rumour about the delay of the release of Wonder Woman 1984 has been dismissed for being too far-fetched.
It was revealed on Wednesday by Grace Randolph on her YouTube channel that the release of the DCEU sequel is being pushed back to 2020 so that it could be retooled as a Flashpoint style reboot of the DCEU, as Ezra Miller’s current schedule means that the Flash will not release until 2021.
Um, no WONDER WOMAN 1984 is NOT a "soft reboot" of the DCEU and is NOT being "restructured" to be the new FLASHPOINT. Those youtube videos saying otherwise are inaccurate, bad, and FALSE!
— Umberto Gonzalez (@elmayimbe) October 24, 2018
Although many fans believed the rumour, Umberto Gonzalez of The Wrap contends that there’s no truth to it. She tweeted, “Um, no Wonder Woman 1984 is NOT a ‘soft reboot’ of the DCEU and is NOT being ‘restructured’ to be the new FLASHPOINT. Those YouTube videos saying otherwise are inaccurate, bad, and FALSE!”
Warner Bros did retiree “The Flash” as The Flashpoint, with the intention of adapting the 2011 comics storyline in which Barry Allen alters the timeline, resulting in Thomas Wayne becoming The Batman and Wonder Woman waging a war against Aquaman.
The film will hit the theaters on June 5, 2020.