Warner Bros. has released the first details of Wonder Woman’s upcoming DVD, Blu-Ray, and 4K Ultra HD release, alongside a new announcement trailer that Gal Gadot posted this morning. Wonder Woman will be released on home video August 29 digitally and September 19 in physical media.
If you’re one of the few who have yet to see Wonder Woman, it’s one of the most thrilling films of the year, and you can check out the Ph LEVEL Review here. You can also hit the jump to view the complete list of special features.
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Warner Bros. is reportedly in the process of beginning a massive Oscar-campaign for the critically and commercially successful Wonder Woman. The film has now passed $781 million at the global box office to become the highest-grossing movie directed by a woman. Could that be enough to get it a nod for Best Director, Best Picture? The studio is hoping so.
According to Variety, Warner Bros. is planning on spending big money to launch a “groundbreaking” campaign for the film to secure those two nods. However, the film has its work cut out for it, as the Academy is notoriously anti-comic book movies. Do you think it deserves the nod?
Best Buy has let slip the first look at the new absolutely gorgeous Wonder Woman 4K Ultra HD steelbook release. The steelbook features yet another incredible looking piece of art featuring Gal Gadot’s Diana Prince, as well as Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen), Antiope (Robin Wright) and Menalippe (Lisa Loven Kongsli).
There’s no release date for the Wonder Woman home video release as of yet, but we should be hearing news soon given the standard release time these days.
Warner Bros. has announced that Wonder Woman 2 has been set for a December 13th, 2019 release date, setting the film as a fabled holiday release. Wonder Woman has become the summer’s highest domestic earner, and a runaway success, so it’s only natural that the film be fast-tracked.
Geoff Johns and director, Patty Jenkins, have already revealed that they’re working on the script, which is rumored to once again be set in the past, this time during the Cold War, which could give us answers as to why Wonder Woman had already turned her back on being a hero during Batman v. Superman. Stay tuned as we learn more.
It’s been a roller coaster of rousing success for Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman, as the film has far exceeded expectations (at least for some), and now stands at $368.5 million at the domestic box office, surpassing Deadpool in the #10 spot for domestic comic book film gross. Never one to shy away from anything, the Deadpool twitter posted the above image, congratulation the Amazon Princess.
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Wonder Woman just had the biggest female-directed opening weekend of all time, with a whopping $100.5 million domestic, and $223 million global take. It’s been given rave reviews, sitting comfortably at 93% on Rotten Tomatoes, with fans and critics alike in love with the incredible film. You can read my review here.
It comes as no surprise then, that we already have a few details on Wonder Woman 2. Patty Jenkins is contracted through a second film, so she will most certainly helm the sequel. She’s also stated that her plan is to bring Diana Prince to America, in contemporary times. Most certainly taking place after Justice League, and her reveal to the world.
To say that Wonder Woman is one of the most anticipated movies of the summer is, put simply, an understatement. This film is easily one of the most anticipated films of all time, with an unimagineable amount of pressure on the shoulders of director Patty Jenkins, and star, Gal Gadot. With the future of the DC Entertainment Universe, and female-led films all laid at their feet, it would be enough to sink anyone else.
However, these aren’t normal filmmakers. Nor are they normal stars. The crew behind Wonder Woman is clearly one of the most passionate to ever be put behind, or on camera, and it’s evident based on the powerfully near-flawless movie they’ve created. Hit the jump for my long-awaited thoughts on Wonder Woman.
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Warner Bros. is taking full advantage of the great timing of their DC Entertainment properties. Injustice 2 released last week to incredible fanfare (Listen to my thoughts Here), and Wonder Woman is releasing this week to incredible early reviews.
With that in mind, check out the trailer above, and make sure to jump into the Multiverse in Injustice 2 this week, to earn the Wonder Woman movie armor for your character. Injustice 2 is available now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Wonder Woman officially has no post-credits scene, making the Suicide Squad tag a bit of an odd duck for DC’s future. Possibly a one-off to help setup Justice League in the near future. CinemaBlend caught up with producer Charles Roven. “I’m not going to say we’d never do one,” Roven hinted. “There was one in Suicide Squad. But I don’t think that we want to feel that we’re forced to do something just because we didn’t in the past.”
While I feel that an end-tag here could have been very beneficial for the future of Justice League, DC Entertainment’s next, most anticipated film, I can understand the decision. Who knows? Marvel has often times in the past kept the post-credits sequence under lock and key until the film hits general theaters. Could we be seeing that here?
The final full trailer for Wonder Woman before the film’s release has finally hit, and it is one hell of a trailer indeed. We see a lot of the same footage as usual, but with plenty of new footage of a young Diana, and see some new shots of the war.
It’s a grand trailer for one of the most anticipated films of the year. Each new piece of footage I see for this makes me more and more excited, and I absolutely can’t wait. The only thing I’m a little upset about, is that we still haven’t seen Ares, the rumored real villain of the film, though many have speculated that his appearance would spoil a pivotal plot twist in the film. We’ll just have to see when Wonder Woman hits theaters on June 2nd.