Connie Nielsen does make a lot of sense, especially when you consider that Wonder Woman 1984 was one of the first big releases to make it back to theaters since the onset of COVID other than films like Tenet and Unhinged, which released right at the beginning of theater re-openings. Needless to say, Patty Jenkins’ film was the biggest and most anticipated Christmas film, and it was hoped that it would spark the box office after shutdowns.
Mark Kleinman is city editor, breaking major business stories and analysing what they mean for the financial sector.
He has revealed some of the biggest stories in the city in the past decade, with a string of exclusives about major takeover deals.
Before joining Sky, he was City Editor of The Sunday Telegraph.
Mark was awarded the London Press Club Business Journalist of the Year in 2011.