Warner Bros. announced that the superhero sequel to Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman 1984, will debut on the streaming service HBO Max on Dec. 25, the same day it will open in U.S. movie theaters. However, the even bigger news is HBO Max subscribers can watch the film at no additional cost!
How To Watch Wonder Woman 1984
Wonder Woman 1984 will be available to watch on Christmas day at 9 am pacific time / 12 pm eastern on the HBO Max streaming service. To watch, you need to subscribe to HBO Max and download the HBO Max app to one of the following supported streaming devices:
- Android phones and tablets
- Android TV
- Apple TV (4th generation and later)
- Computers (PC and Mac browsers)
- Apple iOS devices: iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
- Amazon Fire TV (As of Nov 17)
- PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
- Samsung TVs (2016 and later)
- HBO Max is now supported on Roku
A subscription to HBO Max costs $15.99 per month. You can sign up here. The service no longer offers a free trial. This is likely due to Warner Bros. announcing all of their 2021 movies will be released to HBO Max.
While great news to fans of the Amazonian superhero, this is a surprising move by WarnerMedia. Before the pandemic, Wonder Woman 1984 was expected to be a billion-dollar box office hit. Instead, the $200 million budget movie will be used to bring in new subscribers to WarnerMedia’s HBO Max streaming service. WarnerMedia intends to make WonderWoman 1984 available on HBO Max for 30 days after Christmas. Internationally, where HBO Max is not available, “Wonder Woman 1984” will premiere in cinemas one week earlier, on Dec. 16. For more information on the HBO Max streaming service, please see my review of HBO Max.
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