Wonder Woman To Hit Theaters and HBO Max On Christmas Day

Warner Bros. Highly anticipated superhero movie Wonder Woman 1984 is finally around the corner. It is the last major movie, whose release was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The fate of this movie has now been sealed. The movie is going to hit the theaters this Christmas. In comparison, other film studios have moved their movies either to the movie streaming platforms or have moved the release date to 2021. Many people perceive that Warner Bros. has adopted the same approach as Disney and what they did with Mulan. 

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Wonder Woman 1984 – Most Awaited Movie

The movie Wonder Woman 1984 is rumored to cost more than $200 Million. It will be the first movie with a mega-budget to hit the movie streaming platform, simultaneously released in the theaters. In a statement, the officials of Warner Bros. said that in these unprecedented times, we have to adopt innovative business tactics to move forward while serving our fans. The film studio is offering the opportunity to both the fan base who are looking to watch the film in theaters and those who don’t want to leave their home’s comfort. The officials further added that they appreciate the audience’s patience that they have waited for this super entertaining movie. 

Wonder Woman To Hit Theaters and HBO Max On Christmas Day

Cinephiles will be truly excited to know that Wonder Woman 1984 is finally going to hit the theaters. Movies and cinema lovers will finally return to the theaters. The movie will be available on HBO’s movie streaming platform. Warner Bros. has followed the same approach as Disney. Mulan by Disney was about to release in March before the COVID-19 lockdown, but the release was delayed. Later on, Disney released the movie on its streaming platform. However, Warner Bros has adopted a similar approach with a slight difference. They are going to release the movie in theaters, but along with that, the movie will also hit HBO’s movie streaming platform. Especially in New York and Los Angeles, the theaters haven’t been opened yet due to the second spell and rising coronavirus cases.