Warner Bros is considering taking their upcoming Wonder Woman 1984 film direct to streaming and skipping movie theaters, according to The Wrap.
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The discussions are still preliminary and have remained close to Warner Pictures Group Chairman Toby Emmerich and his top advisers, even director Patty Jenkins and producer Charles Roven have not been brought into the talks.
The preference is still to release the movie theatrically — but executives are considering a streaming alternative, probably as a direct-to-consumer offering rather than as part of Warner’s soon-to-launch subscription service HBO Max. The concern, the insiders said, is that there is no known date for movie theaters to reopen and there may be a shortage of favorable dates once theaters do come back online for the many films that have been postponed.
Wonder Woman 1984 is still officially slated to be release in theaters on June 4th.