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Wonder Woman 1984 Is Finally Coming to HBO Go This Month

Here's when you can watch it on the streamer.
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The strangest of times stretch on, keeping us indoors, glued to our laptops, smart TVs, and leafy plants. To wake you from the doldrums of mole living, here’s a bit of cheer: You can finally stream Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Go starting April 21. 

The last time we saw Diana, she was sending a killer lightning blast to Ares and coming to terms with the death of Steve Trevor in the well-received Wonder Woman (2017). 

This time, the Princess of Themyscira is intent on living a quiet life, studying ancient artifacts, in the decade of excess, the ’80s. Of course, the Big Bads of WW84, Max Lord and The Cheetah, are here to pull the plug on that incognito existence. And, oh yeah, somehow, Steve, who already died (exploded!) in 1918, is back with his great hair.

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You can discover the hows and whys (and if this sequel lives up to the first Wonder Woman movie) when you stream the sequel during another one of your sleepless nights. Or you can read our review, in which we ask why WW84 is set in 1984, here. 

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Returning in the sequel is the unbeatable pair-up of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and Chris Pine as Steve Trevor. Pedro Pascal (the Mandalorian in The Mandalorian) plays Max Lord—who may also be a mirror of a certain American president—while Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids) is the feline villain who likes high heels.

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If you’re in the mood to fill your soul will even more superhero content, HBO Go now houses a slew of DC Extended Universe blockbusters, including two versions of Zack Snyder’s Justice League (one in color and the other in moody black and white), Wonder Woman, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Man of Steel, Suicide Squad, Shazam, Joker, and Birds of Prey and The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn.              

And now, the real reason we wanted to do a Wonder Woman story: these amazing photos of Gadot. 

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Wonder Woman 1984 will be available on HBO Go from April 21. 

 

 

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