Wonder Woman 1984’s debut is just a few weeks away and it looks like the movie’s runtime might have been revealed.
The recent DC FanDome event saw the release of a new Wonder Woman 1984 trailer, giving fans a first look at Cheetah’s epic transformation, as well as featuring more footage of Steve Trevor, who is mysteriously making his return after his apparent death in the first Wonder Woman film.
The runtime, however, wasn’t revealed. That said, according to the Korea Media Rating Board, Wonder Woman 1984 will allegedly run for 150 minutes and 59 seconds. The film just falls shy of the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice runtime, which was 152 minutes. This makes the Gal Gadot-led film the second-longest DCEU movie yet, third if you count Zack Snyder's Justice League, which will be a 4-parter. You can check out the image below!
Wonder Woman 1984 was also rated 12+ in South Korea, which suggests that the film will have a PG-13 rating overseas. The runtime is longer than that of the first Wonder Woman movie, which was 141 minutes. Based on the trailers, the film will explore various elements to make the story cohesive, from young Diana flashbacks to Steve’s return, to building up the two villains, and the hero’s relationship with Cheetah, it makes sense that this one will be much longer.
That said, Warner Bros. has yet to confirm this runtime, but it is exciting for the second movie to be longer than its predecessor.
Wonder Woman 1984 is set for release on October 2.