Get ready DC fans. Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 is heading home on all media formats this March.
For those of us who don’t have access to HBO MAX and were unable to see the film theatrically thanks to the viral pandemic, ‘Wonder Woman 1984‘ remains high on our must-watch list. The DC sequel starring Gal Gadot as the Amazonian Warrior remained annoyingly out of reach for many of us around the world, despite us wanting desperately to see it.
Well, our chance is almost here finally. In the U.K, the film becomes available on DVD, Blu-Ray, and 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray from March 22nd. Whereas, in the U.S.A, the film is available to rent from this Friday, the digital release is available from March 16th while the film hits the disc formats on March 30th.
Never one to shy away from giving the fans and consumers what they want when it comes to Blu-Ray releases and the added extras. The Blu-Ray and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray contains these special features:
- The Making of WW84: Expanding the Wonder
- Gal & Kristen: Friends Forever
- Small But Mighty
- Scene Study: The Open Road
- Scene Study: The Mall
- Gal & Krissy Having Fun
- Meet the Amazons
- Black Gold Infomercial
- Gag Reel
- Wonder Woman 1984 Retro Remix
Although the film wasn’t as highly regarded as its predecessor, it still managed to gain plenty of fan approval. And did indeed manage to become a success on HBO MAX for the month it was available on there. Warner Bros. Pictures didn’t hold back this time around and quickly greenlit a third standalone film for the character, giving writer/director Patty Jenkins her wish to complete the trilogy she set out and planned to make. The film company has placed the film on the fast track to development although it is unclear when the film will go before the cameras due to the busy schedules of both Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot.
Grab your copy of ‘Wonder Woman 1984‘ when it becomes available to own on the format of your choice.
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