WONDER WOMAN 1984 is just around the corner, but what if I told you could watch it today? Now that WarnerMedia have made a deal with both Amazon and Roku it will make watching WONDER WOMAN 1984 a lot easier because you won’t need any workarounds to watch it. It is still missing some major manufacturers like LG however, that’s not to say you can’t actually watch HBO Max on your LG Smart TV. It’s just you can’t download a dedicated LG Smart TV HBO Max app.
A work around for those TVs is to get a streaming player like a Roku or Amazon Fire device or a Chromecast and that way you can just cast to your TV from your phone. One thing to make sure of is that it supports 4K HDR. With WONDER WOMAN 1984 being HBO Max’s first 4K title you would want to watch it in its highest quality possible. If you have a regular HDTV then you don’t have to worry about it being 4K.
Now you’re probably thinking I don’t care about all that I just came here to find out how I can watch WONDER WOMAN 1984. Well the good news is there are no tricks or hoops you need to jump through if you live in the Pacific Time Zone like myself in California, you can start enjoying the movie at 9am today. Just open HBO Max at that time and you’re good to go as easy as that.
Now if you came here for the Snyder Cut release date that is also coming to HBO Max, you will be happy to know it is coming to theaters and IMAX as well, so if you would like to watch it on the biggest screen possible you can. And with movie theaters threatening to cut prices to Warner Brothers movies it might be cheaper than ever to watch it in IMAX.
A recent Business Insider article says that movie theaters are considering only charging between $3 and $5 for their movies and keeping 75 to 80% of the profit. Zack Snyder said he is hoping to release the movie on his birthday which is March 1st, but we don’t know for sure if that will happen. One thing we know for sure is that it will release sometime in March. (I’ve heard March 25th, but who knows…)
One piece of news that was released during DC Fandome’s online event earlier this year is that it will be 4 episodes so we don’t know whether it will be bi-weekly or all at once.
Another bit of news is that it will be rated R and in 4K HDR. Matter of fact HBO Max has confirmed that all their new theatrical movies will be on HBO Max in 4K HDR except for DUNE and maybe GODZILLA VS. KONG if they can’t work out a deal. Per a recent article from Deadline, Legendary Pictures wants $250 million (or more) for GODZILLA VS. KONG to stay on HBO Max but they refuse to give them DUNE. The two sides are currently working out a deal so they don’t have to go to court.
Check back soon for our WONDER WOMAN 1984 review.
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