If you didn’t spring for an HBO Max subscription to watch Wonder Woman 1984, you’ll be able to get the superhero flick soon.
Starting February 12, the Wonder Woman sequel will be available to rent on platforms like Amazon, FandangoNOW, iTunes, and Vudu. The film will cost $19.99 to rent.
If you’re willing to wait a little longer – or unwilling to pay $20 to rent a movie – you can get a digital copy of Wonder Woman 1984 from those platforms next month. The film releases digitally on March 16.
And finally, if you prefer a more traditional hard copy, WW84 hits DVD/Blu-Ray starting March 30. The basic DVD will run you $28.98, with the Blu-Ray costing $35.99, and the 4K Combo Pack coming in at $44.99.
The 4K Combo Pack (4K Ultra HD film + Blu-Ray + Digital copy) also includes the following bonus features:
- The Making of Wonder Woman 1984: Expanding the Wonder
- Gal & Kristen: Friends Forever
- Small But Mighty
- Scene Study: The Open Road
- Scene Study: The Mall
- Gal & Krissy Having Fun
- Meet the Amazons
- Black Gold Infomercial
- Gag Reel
- Wonder Woman 1984 Retro Remix
Set in the 1980s, Wonder Woman 1984 sees Diana face off against a greedy businessman and a superpowered colleague after an ancient artifact that grants wishes goes missing. (Oh, and Steve Trevor is back.)
So, did you watch Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max? Or were you waiting for the home release? (Or both?) Let us know in the comments.
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