Warner Bros-DC’s ‘Wonder Woman’ UK premiere cancelled post Manchester Arena attack

In the wake of the deadly terror attack in Machester, which claimed lives of 22 people including children, Warner Bros has canceled the May 31 London red carpet premiere of Gal Gadot-starrer ‘Wonder Woman’.

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In the wake of the deadly terror attack in Machester, which claimed lives of 22 people including children, Warner Bros has canceled the May 31 London red carpet premiere of Gal Gadot-starrer ‘Wonder Woman'. According to the reports from Deadline Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, and Robin Wright, all were scheduled to make red carpet appearance at the Leicester Square in London.

Warner Bros while addressing the issue released a statement saying that their thoughts are with those by the recent tragedy in the UK. They further added that in light of the current situation, they have decided that they will not be proceeding with their plans for the Wonder Woman premiere and junket activities in London. Meanwhile, the DC superhero movie is all set to premiere today in LA, while the June 2 has been selected as the global release date of the movie.

The DC superhero movie chronicles the life and journey of the DC's Female Superhero Princess Diana. The movie is a tell tale of the superhero character before she was Wonder Woman. She was known as Princess Diana, who lived in Amazons, trained to be a warrior. But one day, she meets an American Fighter Pilot (played by Chris Pine) and he happens to be the first man she ever met. The Pilot then tells her about the great war that is happening on the other side of the world (World War II). And in this, she feels convinced that she can help and stop the threat, but during the real battle she discovered her where her true powers lie and her true destiny.