This is the last call. Wonder Woman 1984, Patty Jenkin's sequel for Princess Diana's franchise will finally leave HBO Max. We already knew that the latest iteration for the extremely popular DC Comics superhero wouldn't be hanging around in the platform for too long.
Even though, the film has been on HBO Max for less than a month, Wonder Woman 1984 sure made an impact of sorts among the fans, the neofites and caused a media frenzy. Particularly because when it was released back in December 25, the film left fans of the franchise divided because of the way the movie handled certain characters and some of the sub-plots for the film.
Even so, releasing the film on HBO Max was a major decision the studios had to make amidst the restrictions and risks that the pandemis for Coronavirus has prompted all over the world. As the United States (and some other countries) implemented certain measures that included shutting down movie theaters, the landscape for the movie industry immediatly became somewhat risky and uncertain. Thus forcing Warner Bros. and HBO Max to make the decision together and set the stage for this unprecedented event.
But how much more time do we have before Wonder Woman 1984 leaves HBO Max for good? Very little, since the movie will be coming out of the platform on Sunday, January 24. That being said, we have less than a day to enjoy the adventures of Diana in the 80's for the first time; or to rewatch the film and try to digest it differently in calmer ways than the first time we watched it.
Of course, this is hardly news by itself. Since we already know that the decision made by Warner Bros. implied that the movie was going to be live on HBO Max for about 30 days. Thus leaving the streaming service on January 24 was always part of the realease plans for Wonder Woman 1984. Of course, since WarnerMedia Direct is the parent company for HBO Max, it is very likely the movie will return sooner than later to the platform; this, to be included among other DCEU movies that exist today on the platform. That being said, we have to keep our eyes wide open, in case any new special announcement regarding the comeback.
Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal are the stars for the Wonder Woman 1984 iteration, a film that welcomed back Patty Jenkins into the director's seat, but also as a co-writer for the sequel alongside Geoff Johns and Dave Callaham. Shortly after the release of Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max, news spread fast about Warner Bros. greenlighting another sequel for the franchise: Wonder Woman 3. This movie is supposed to welcome back Gadot and Patty Jenkins for the third and a final story for Wonder Woman.
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