It’s been a long year for everyone — including everyone impatient for Wonder Woman 1984 to come out. It was set to be out last Christmas, but got moved to being a summer 2020 release. Well, that didn’t happen (’cause, you know, pandemic), and it’s been moved several more times since before finally hitting HBO Max on Christmas.
Los Angeles actor Spencer Trinwith was excited about having a small part in the film, but has had to wait as the clock kept on ticking and the movie ultimately got a direct-to-streaming release (while also playing in theaters, where they’re open, at the same time).
“I’m sure that there’s a lot of things that I don’t know, in those boardroom meetings,” Trinwith said. “It was unfortunate that this pandemic hit when it did, but I think it’s the right thing to hold off until there’s proper [movie theater] protocols, and they feel financially like they can make those accommodations too.”
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