“Wonder Woman 1984” Will Boast 4K Ultra HD & Dolby Atmos for HBO Max Premiere

Now that you know Wonder Woman 1984 is coming to HBO Max on Christmas Day, you’ll be doubly pleased to learn exactly in what form it’ll arrive. In short, Patty Jenkins’ long-awaited sequel will look as good as humanly possible for your home viewing experience. HBO Max announced they’ll be showing the film in 4K Ultra HD, HDR 10, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos. This will make the film the very first to stream on HBO Max with these theater-quality features. It’s a major sound-and-picture upgrade for the kind of blockbuster that, in a normal year, you’d really want to see in a theater. Now you have even more reason to check out Diana Prince (Gal Gadot)’s return on December 25, from the comfort (and safety) of your own home.

HBO Max revealed that Wonder Woman 1984 will be supported on devices like your Amazon Fire Stick 4K, Amazon Fire TV Cube, 4K Fire TV, Apple TV 4K, Chromecast Ultra, and AT&T TV. Your Android TV devices will also be supported.

Not only was Jenkins herself fired up to share the news, but she also helpfully pointed out what to do if you don’t have HBO on your cable package:

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Featured image: Caption: GAL GADOT as Wonder Woman in Warner Bros. Pictures’ action adventure “WONDER WOMAN 1984,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo Credit: Clay Enos/ ™ & © DC Comics


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