“Wonder Woman 1984” director Patty Jenkins has some good news and bad news.
The director took to Twitter on Wednesday to confirm news that Warner Bros. does not have a Hall H presentation scheduled for San Diego Comic-Con this year.
“By now you’ve heard: WB isn’t going to Hall H this year,” Jenkins tweeted. “We’re so sad to miss you there!”
But she also shared a glorious new “Wonder Woman” poster to help ease any disappointment fans might have about the news. And it’s quite the poster, with Diana, played by Gal Gadot, debuting a new gold costume against a wall of bright colors that scream the ’80s.
The director also added that the “Wonder Woman 1984” publicity campaign would be kicking off in December. The film is scheduled for a June 5, 2020, release.
Although the studio will be skipping its Hall H film presentation, which has become a Comic-Con staple over the years, Warner Bros. will not be completely absent from SDCC.
“It Chapter Two” director Andy Muschietti shared a postcard from Derry, Maine, to tease the studio's ScareDiego event, which showcases Warner Bros./New Line’s horror movies during Comic-Con’s preview night.
“It Chapter Two” hits theaters Sept. 6.