Wonder Woman 1984 is in theaters and HBO Max on Dec. 25, but will the movie also become available on Blu-ray and DVD?
After many delays and having its premiere date pushed back time and time again, Wonder Woman 1984 is finally available for fans to enjoy.
I must admit, I wasn’t too happy about the movie debuting straight to HBO Max. Movies such as these, particularly about such an amazing hero, deserve the best, and that’s the big-screen treatment! All other superheroes got it, why not Diana Prince?
Well, because of COVID-19, of course! After much debate, Warner Bros. decided to release Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max, while also making it available in theaters. Is a movie theater near you playing the movie?
In my area, there are several big theaters offering many showtimes, each promises limited seating, special regulations, and social distancing. Will you safely make your way to the big screen to enjoy the Wonder Woman sequel or do you have HBO Max and plan on enjoying the movie at home?
To support the movie, I am going to be doing both! Going to a movie theater on Christmas Day is a favorite tradition of mine! But I will also be watching the movie on HBO Max.
As a huge fan, though, I do wonder if Wonder Woman 1984 will ever be available on Blu-ray and DVD. Here’s what I found out!
Wonder Woman 1984 Blu-ray and DVD release dates
The good news is that the movie will most definitely become available on both DVD and Blu-ray. We are sure that it will also have 4k options, as well as On-Demand/Digital. But not so fast! Just because it’s available on HBO Max doesn’t mean Wonder Woman 1984 will rush to stores in physical format.
It typically takes about eight months from a movie’s premiere date for it to be released on Blu-ray, DVD, and On-Demand. That said, I’m predicting we’ll find the movie On Demand in late summer 2021, perhaps late July or early August, and then two or three weeks later on Blu-ray and DVD — since Digital options are always released first.
Where and how will you be watching the movie? Will you be purchasing a copy when it’s available Digitally and on disc?