Last night during the MTV Movie Awards, Gal Gadot introduced a new clip for Wonder Woman 1984 which shows off the super speed of the character.
While not the speed of The Flash, Wonder Woman gets out of a moving car, driven by Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor, and runs after the bad guys.
Gal Gadot also accepted the first ever MTV “She-Ro” award.
Wonder Woman 1984 gets released on Dec. 25 in theaters and on the HBO Max streaming service at the same time. Patty Jenkins directs, with the film also starring Kristen Wiig as The Cheetah, Pedro Pascal as Max Lord, Robin Wright as Antiope, and Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta. Fast forward to the 1980s as Wonder Woman’s next big-screen adventure finds her facing two all-new foes: Max Lord and The Cheetah.
Wonder Woman 1984 MTV Clip:
— Mikhail Villarreal– (@TaurooAldebaran) December 7, 2020
Gal Gadot accepts MTV award:
“To be part of Wonder Woman’s legacy is truly, truly, truly special.” – @GalGadot#MTVAwards: Greatest of All Time honored her with the first ever She-Ro award ⚡️–⚔️ @WonderWomanFilm pic.twitter.com/lxtSfPtld8
— Movie & TV Awards (@MTVAwards) December 7, 2020
WB announces simultaneous theater and HBO Max releases
Regarding the same-day release on Christmas Day, WarnerMedia decided to release it simultaneously instead of pushing the release date back again to June 2021 and has since announced 17 movies set to be released in 2021 will also get simultaneous releases in theaters and on HBO Max:
- The Little Things
- Judas and the Black Messiah
- Tom & Jerry
- Godzilla vs. Kong
- Mortal Kombat
- Those Who Wish Me Dead
- The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
- In The Heights
- Space Jam: A New Legacy
- The Suicide Squad
- The Many Saints of Newark
- King Richard
- Cry Macho
- The Matrix 4
Warner Bros. Pictures Group announced that it has committed to releasing its 2021 film slate via a unique, consumer-focused distribution model in which Warner Bros. will continue to exhibit the films theatrically worldwide, while adding an exclusive one month access period on the HBO Max streaming platform in the U.S. concurrent with the film’s domestic release. The hybrid model was created as a strategic response to the impact of the ongoing global pandemic, particularly in the U.S. Following the one month HBO Max access period domestically, each film will leave the platform and continue theatrically in the U.S. and international territories, with all customary distribution windows applying to the title. All films will be available in 4K Ultra HD and HDR on HBO Max.