Wonder Woman 1984 will be available next month.
Warner Bros has officially announced Wonder Woman 1984 will be rentable at home in the United Kingdom from 13th January.
The highly-anticipated DC sequel was released theatrically on 16th December, but due to cinemas needing to shut down owing to the pandemic, Wonder Woman 1984 will be accessible for 48 hours as a Premium Video-on-Demand (PVOD) rental from authorized online retailers.
Meanwhile, the movie will still be available to watch in active theaters, even after it gets launched on PVOD.
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Previously, Wonder Woman 1984 was supposed to adhere to its UK release schedule, despite the fact that several regions of the country have hit the highest degree of COVID-19 restrictions.
On 14th December, Monday, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock made an announcement confirming London and parts of Essex and Hertfordshire would be subject to Tier 3 level lockdown on 16th December, Wednesday, which would see the closing of numerous cinemas around the country.
These new regulations evidently bred terrible news for Wonder Woman 1984, which was expected to premiere in the UK on Wednesday. However, as per Variety, Warner Bros then reported the release of the film will go ahead as scheduled.
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The Gal Gadot-led sequel will, additionally, be shown in areas across the nation that are not faced with the same degree of limitations, but it is currently unknown how many theatres will be allowed to display it.
If everything fails, Warner Bros is said to be negotiating a deal with Sky to deliver the film to people’s houses, just like the United States where viewers can stream the film on HBO Max.
Wonder Woman 1984 was initially expected to hit cinemas in June but was put back a number of times because of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.