New York Post – “Wonder Woman 1984” — the only big-budget movie still scheduled to be released in theaters this year — may end up on the HBO Max streaming service soon after its release, according to report.
Warner Bros. is mulling moving the superhero flick starring Gal Godot from its Christmas Day theatrical debut to sometime in 2021, Bloomberg reported. But another option that is gaining support is to quickly release of the movie to WarnerMedia’s fledgling home-streaming service HBO Max — as little as a week or two after it hits theaters,
Higher-ups at the company, faced with state-ordered lockdowns and coronavirus scares that have emptied theaters nationwide, are in the final stages of talks about the fate of “Wonder Woman,” according to the late Thursday report, which cited anonymous sources. Warner Bros. did not return requests for comment.