Assuming Star Wars: Episode IX‘s altered release date did factor into Warner Bros’ decision to release Wonder Woman 2 sooner, there is nothing wrong with that. It is simply pragmatism. Star Wars has owned December for the past two years (and will likely soon be three with The Last Jedi coming up), and trying to compete with the final film in this trilogy would be incredibly foolish from a business standpoint. By moving the film to early November, Wonder Woman 2 now has more runway to dominate the box office until Star Wars takes over. With time between huge releases, studios can maximize available audiences and not force people to sacrifice one film to see another. This not only helps Wonder Woman 2, but it also helps Star Wars.