Wonder Woman 1984 will finally be released in theaters on December 25, 2020 . However, anticipating that Wonder Woman 1984 may not make this new release date either, Warner Bros. decided to release it concurrently on HBO Max at no extra charge to subscribers.
While this does mean that Wonder Woman 1984 will likely not be terribly successful in theaters, audiences are given the option to see it in the safety of their own homes . As for international audiences, who don't have access to HBO Max, they will only have the option of seeing it in theaters on December 16.
New footage was released with another international trailer to excite the market again, but it didn't end there, as two more have just been released with even more footage.
Two new international trailers for Wonder Woman 1984 have been released, showing new footage of flashbacks to Diana as a child performing in the Amazon Olympics and the fight between Wonder Woman and Kristen Wiig's Cheetah in the White House.
This second international trailer shows even more footage of both fights between Wonder Woman and Cheetah, both in her human and feline form.
WHAT THIS MEANS
From both of these international trailers, it is very apparent that this flashback sequence to the Amazon Olympics will parallel with Diana's modern journey. Fans also see more footage of Wonder Woman and Cheetah's fight, which really makes it seem like they only fight each other twice in this movie: once with Kristen Wiig still in human form and again when she's fully given into her inner animal.
However, it's still a tad disappointing that Warner Bros. had already shown so much footage from Wonder Woman 1984, due to their shortsightedness when moving the release date in only small increments while persisting in marketing.
It is understandable, though, why Warner Bros. has to show even more new footage in these trailers to drum up attention for Wonder Woman 1984 , which will finally come out in theaters. The fact that so much new footage is being put into these latest trailers signals that Warner Bros. is determined for this movie to be released, despite the prospect of it likely not making much money in theaters.