Christmas day will be bringing the highly-anticipated 'Wonder Woman 1984' straight to our homes after Gal Gadot, along with the director of the movie Patty Jenkins, made exciting announcements via Twitter.
Jenkins, who is also responsible for the widely successful 'Wonder Woman (2017),' made the decision to send the sequel to HBO Max along with movie theaters, leaving it up to the viewer to decide where they would like to watch it.
Gal Gadot also gave a sweet message to fans about the decision, where she asks them to keep safe and wear a mask if they choose to see it in theaters.
We feel that the movie has never been so relevant and we hope it will bring some joy, hope, and love to your hearts.
https://t.co/t0iaXgVWXh— Gal Gadot (@Gal Gadot) 1605745036.0
Reactions to the message were actually quite mixed, as some are thrilled to have both viewing options while others seem to be angry about it being released in theaters in the first place.
@GalGadot Thank you Gal. I can't wait to watch it on HBO Max. I wanted to see it in the theater, but I'll watch it… https://t.co/3ABUD8g1Ll— Simone Cromer 🎥 (@Simone Cromer 🎥) 1605745436.0
Some did not take the message as well, as cases of COVID-19 continue to be on the rise in the United States.
@PattyJenks I feel like the emphasis shouldn’t have be on IN THEATERS, it seems like you are encouraging people to… https://t.co/QAkQsI2Cz3— Jillian Brooks (she/her) (@Jillian Brooks (she/her)) 1605743856.0
The movie is set to release in theaters and on HBO Max on December 25, meaning it could become your next Christmas day tradition.