Wonder Woman 1984 finally arrives later this week, but what about Wonder Woman 3? Will director Patty Jenkins return to craft a trilogy?
Jenkins, who recently revealed that she has put the development of a third Wonder Woman movie on pause, suggests in a new interview that she might not make Wonder Woman 3 unless a theatrical model exists – and presumably exists in such a way that’s more in line with the robust model of years past instead of the limp, scattershot, life-support existence of movie theaters as they’ve been during 2020. Read More »
Wonder Woman 1984 is arriving on HBO Max on Christmas Day, but at what time? Will it drop exactly at midnight as Christmas Eve turns into Christmas Day? No, it won’t. So if you were planning on staying up late to watch it, you better just go to bed – or else Santa might skip your house. He’s a stickler for that sort of thing. Then, on Christmas Day, you can check the film out early morning if you’re on the West Coast and in the afternoon if you’re on the East Coast.
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Last week, Disney and Lucasfilm announced that Wonder Woman and Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins will be the first woman to direct a live-action Star Wars feature film – a fighter pilot movie called Star Wars: Rogue Squadron. Now Jenkins has provided a bit of context about the film: namely, that it won’t be based on one of the many fighter pilot video games set in the Star Wars universe. Read More »
Update: Disney has confirmed that Star Wars: Rogue Squadron will open on December 22, 2023. Our original post follows.
Huge news out of Lucasfilm: Patty Jenkins, the director of Monster, Wonder Woman, and Wonder Woman 1984, will direct Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, a new live-action Star Wars feature film which will be released theatrically. Check out a behind the scenes video of Jenkins talking about the project below. Read More »
Patty Jenkins is making the rounds to promote the upcoming release of Wonder Woman 1984 in theaters and on HBO Max on Christmas Day. Since her DC Comics sequel will be debuting at the streaming service that will be making Zack Snyder‘s cut of Justice League available to the masses, she was inevitably asked about her opinion on the theatrical cut of Justice League put together at the last minute by Joss Whedon. The Wonder Woman director certainly wasn’t shy in her response. Read More »
Fans in several countries are only eight days away from seeing Patty Jenkins‘ highly anticipated superhero sequel Wonder Woman 1984, while the rest of us here in the U.S.A. have to wait until Christmas Day before making the choice of seeking it out in a theater or watching it from home on HBO Max for no additional cost. For their part, IMAX appears to be hoping to convince some folks to seek out a screening on a full IMAX screen: the company has released a Wonder Woman 1984 IMAX featurette showing off some new footage from the film’s opening sequence.
We don’t condone heading into an enclosed public area for two-plus hours at the height of an ongoing pandemic, but that’s not going to stop us from sharing this footage with you. Check it out below, along with four new character posters for the film.
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Wonder Woman 1984 will be released in theaters and on HBO Max simultaneously on Christmas Day. But the first round of press screenings happened just before the weekend, and the initial wave of social media reactions has already hit the web.
Thankfully, it sounds like director Patty Jenkins has knocked Wonder Woman 1984 out of the park with superhero spectacle that brings some much needed movie magic and positivity that we can all use after this terrible year. Plus, Gal Gadot continues to shine as the DC Comics superhero, and Chris Pine, Pedro Pascal, and Kristen Wiig all get to showcase outstanding supporting performances too. Get the round-up of the first Wonder Woman 1984 reactions below. Read More »
HBO Max has been missing several key features since it launched earlier this year, but chief among them has been the ability to showcase titles in 4K. Thankfully, that’s about to change – just in time for the streaming platform’s highest-profile release yet.
Today, director Patty Jenkins revealed on Twitter that her highly anticipated superhero sequel Wonder Woman 1984 will be the first title on HBO Max that will be available to stream in 4K Ultra HD, HDR 10, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos. Read More »
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Posted on Wednesday, November 25th, 2020 by Ben Pearson
Last week, WarnerMedia made the surprising and unprecedented decision to release Patty Jenkins‘ highly anticipated superhero sequel Wonder Woman 1984 into theaters on Christmas Day and also simultaneously release it on HBO Max in the United States. (I say “unprecedented” because this is the first time a mega-budgeted superhero film will be put straight onto a streaming service and subscribers will not be charged extra to watch it.)
But when will you get to see the movie if you’re not in the U.S.? And if you are in the States, exactly how long will you need to be on guard to dodge spoilers? Check out a list of the international Wonder Woman 1984 release dates below.
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Posted on Wednesday, November 18th, 2020 by Ben Pearson
Big, surprising news: Warner Bros. will now debut Wonder Woman 1984 in theaters and on HBO Max on Christmas Day. This news came seemingly by accident when a trailer was released revealing the HBO Max date. The trailer was then pulled, but director Patty Jenkins has confirmed the news as well. The superhero movie again stars Gal Gadot and is one of the most highly anticipated films of this year. Read More »