Warner Bros. has released the international release dates for Wonder Woman 1984, which is when fans can finally see the highly-anticipated superhero sequel in cinemas. The DC superhero film was originally supposed to open in cinemas early this year but due to the on-going health crisis, those plans were changed several times.
Now, Wonder Woman 1984 will not only arrive in cinemas this December but it will also stream on HBO Max in the United States on Christmas Day. Warner Bros. have also released the international release dates for the film, which will roll-out in various countries beginning December 16 through to late January.
Interestingly, the film is slated to open in several Asian countries on December 17 including Malaysia and Singapore. Of course this would also be dependent on cinemas in the country opening by that date.
Wonder Woman 1984 reunites director Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot along with Chris Pine, Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen. The film is a direct follow-up to the 2017 blockbuster, which went on to gross more than USD800 million at the global box-office. The upcoming sequel will also introduce villains, Cheetah and Maxwell Lord to the DCEU, with Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal portraying those characters.