Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced today that Patty Jenkins' triumphant superhero film will be hitting Ultra HD Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD on September 19th and will be released on Digital HD on August 29th. There will not be any deleted scenes, but there are several special features for you to check out.
The home video version of Wonder Woman also includes a feature called "Crafting the Wonder", in which the producers "explore the journey to create an adventure worthy of DC's greatest warrior".
Almost three months after the release of Wonder Woman, which has just crossed the $400 million mark at the U.S. box office making it not only one of the biggest success stories of the summer, but the crown jewel of the DCEU, it's easy to forget what a hard road to the big screen Diana had. As only the second female director with a $100-million-plus budget, director Patty Jenkins has broken numerous glass ceilings; Wonder Woman earned the largest opening ever for a female-directed movie and is the most successful live-action film with a female director. Titled "Etta's Mission", this scene will follow Etta Candy as she "gets the boys back together for a secret mission that could impact humanity's future".
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It's cheesy, I know, but I think the DCEU didn't need another gritty re-imagining of a character, and Wonder Woman was just the breath of fresh air it needed.
Featurettes include five installments of "A Director's Vision", covering Jenkins' journey to bringing Wonder Woman's settings and set pieces to life.
The Blu-ray Combo Pack features the movie on Blu-ray and a digital version of the movie in UltraViolet Digital HD. Week after week, "Wonder Woman" continued to have some of the strongest holds ever seen for the superhero genre, and the film remained in the top 10 at the box office throughout its first nine weeks in release.
The special features include interviews with filmmakers, featurettes, and extended scenes.