Maybe. There are rumors Dune might get pushed back.
Among a library of uneven peers, director Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman is one of the more critically successful of the new era of DC superhero movies. But for its many triumphs, the Amazonian Princess’ first film is burdened with an overly effects-driven final act that tarnishes its success. It’s the kind of movie that makes you wish for a sequel that builds upon its strengths and avoids repeating past mistakes – and Wonder Woman 1984 fulfills those exact desires.
Presently, Wonder Woman 1984 is higher for the audience score (73%) than for "professional reviewers" (65%) on Rotten Tomatoes. Plucking a single anecdotal review out of the noise hardly denotes evidence.Well Cristiano, the great schism between professional movie reviewers and the normal audience isn't exactly such a new thing any more. I mean, you just have to remind yourself about "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", which got tons of praise from critics and tons of dislikes from the audience.
It's just another pearl added to the chain. One of the main problems is that today's film reviewers and producers are obsessed with their gender agenda, and all that fits that messages gets tons of praise because of its diversity, empowerment and stuff.
Wishes are handled inconsistently. Barbara sems to get two despite the fact it is repeatedly said and shown that everyone gets one.
Just addressing your first point...So many issues. We have WW taking the word of a stranger that he is Steve which rates right alongside the "you're mom is named Martha" line. Sure we see him as Chris Pine for most of the movie, just as WW does but I'm pretty sure the rest of the world would see him as the original actor who may have had a gf/wife etc but hey, ruin this guy's lif/job because we need Steve back because chemistry.