"It's been one of the greatest joys in my life to play this character," said Gadot.
"We never thought we'd have to hold onto the release for such a long time," Gadot tweeted, "but COVID rocked all of our worlds."
AT&T’s WarnerMedia is in the final stages of deliberations over the fate of the film, which is currently scheduled to open in theaters on Christmas Day.
Gadot is the second Israeli to grace the cover of the magazine, following Israeli-American actress Natalie Portman.
The 2020 list is characterized by more TV stars than usual. This is in part due to the coronavirus pandemic postponing the production of many big-budget releases.
The trailer promises theatrical-only release, rather than a simultaneous release on digital platforms.
Make-A-Wish Israel offers a ‘Once in a Lifetime’ online auction.
Hopefully the date will stick, and give followers something to look forward to after what's already been a long year.
Warner Bros. also indefinitely pulled "In the Heights" and "Scoob."
In light of all the delays, it seems wildly optimistic to think that Wonder Woman 1984 will stick to its June date.