The Latest International Spot for Wonder Woman 1984 Reveals New Footage

International Spot for Wonder Woman 1984 Reveals New Footage

Yesterday, Warner Bros. finally caved in to COVID-19 and announced that Wonder Woman 1984 will have its world premiere on HBO Max on Christmas Day. Following this bombshell, a new Chinese TV spot for the sequel has begun making the rounds online. It’s only 30 seconds, but the spot has new footage to keep fans entertained ahead of the film’s holiday debut. You can check it out for yourself below.

The spot takes fans back to Themyscira. There, we see new shots of the Amazon Olympics that director Patty Jenkins has been teasing for months. It appears that a number of these scenes serve as flashbacks to Diana’s childhood. But beyond this, we also get new glimpses of the adult Diana in action, primarily with her Lasso of Truth. Additionally, viewers are treated to new looks at Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal), and Cheetah (Kristen Wiig). The spot confirms that south Asian audiences will get to see the film a little bit earlier on December 17.

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WW84’s move to HBO Max comes after months of uncertainty over the movie’s release date in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The sequel was originally slated to arrive in June before the virus’ spread prompted WB to continuously delay its premiere. In a statement posted on Twitter, Jenkins encouraged fans to see the movie in theaters where it’s safe to do so. But given how the recent spike in COVID cases is once again forcing major theater chains to shut down their locations, safe opportunities are going to be hard to come by in the U.S.

Wonder Woman 1984 hits HBO Max on December 25.

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