WarnerMedia has announced that their upcoming and latest DC film, Wonder Woman 1984, will release in Theaters worldwide December 25th. In the United States they will also make the movie available on HBO Max at no extra cost on the same day. This will be only during the first month of the film’s release.
Jason Kilar, the CEO of WarnerMedia, tweeted out additional context on the big news.
They go on to say that there were many things that factor into a decision like this. The Pandemic, belief in the theatrical experience, their mission to be strong supportive partners with the production team and most importantly the fans.
Additionally in the memo they talk about how important this decision was.
“…we believe this decision will bring several benefits. The first and most important benefit is to the fans in the form of unprecedented choice from day one. The second benefit is to the exhibitors, providing an eagerly anticipated movie at a much-needed time while they take precautions in their operations. Finally, we believe that our creative partners and ourselves will benefit from this decision, in the form of fan response both theatrically and via HBO Max in the U.S.”
You can read more from the WarnerMedia memo here.
Some big news for all the Wonder Woman fans out there (I too am a proud and loyal soldier in that awesome army!). In addition to the news, we wanted to share some context to this very big decision. “Now I know that only love can truly save the world” Diana https://t.co/Ybcn4RxjrN— Jason Kilar (@jasonkilar) November 19, 2020
Gal Godot and Patty Jenkins went to Twitter and made a statements regarding the big news as well.
Wonder Woman 1984 has seen multiple delays since the pandemic hit in 2020. Originally due to release on June 5 it was moved to Aug 14 then to October 2 until hitting its final spot of Christmas Day, December 25.
Let us know below, are you excited about this development? Will you be seeing it in Theaters if possible?
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