“Wonder Woman” 4K HDR Blu-ray, 3D & DVD Versions Already on

by on June 5, 2017

Stephan Jukic – June 5, 2017

The North American box office absolutely loved Wonder Woman if the movie’s $100.5 million dollar opening weekend is anything to go by. And this was just the theatrical beginning since the movie has so far also made a further $224 million with international box office receipts added in.

In basic terms, Warner Bros has nailed one of its major cinematic hits in the superhero movie genre and the company is acting very quickly to cash in on the upsurge in popularity by already setting up a pre-order option for the new “Wonder Woman” movie on, in 4K UHD Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD with even 3D as an option in the combo packs that Warner has put together for this very early pre-order deal.

The prices of these different release options are also already visible on the Amazon site and while they’re not exactly low for the full 4K UHD Blu-ray package due to Amazon exactly following Warner’s suggested retailer price of $44.00, this SRP will be decreased as the movie’s release date gets closer and you’re about to pay for your locked-in pre-order. We don’t yet know when this movie is going to be getting its formal release date but we’re guessing that it’s coming out as of some time in September. What we’re also expecting is to see this 4K Blu-ray movie release climb up the bestsellers charts superhero-quick.

Wonder Woman 4K Blu-ray

Also remember, the 4K UHD Blu-ray release of this blockbuster new comic hero movie comes with baked-in HDR when it emerges. By the time it’s released we might even hope to see the movie hit shelves and pre-order customers’ homes with both HDR10 and Dolby Vision HDR integration due to the slow move towards having both in new 4K Blu-ray releases. If you happen to own a full 4K HDR TV, this means you’ve got one excellent reason to buy Wonder Woman even if you’ve seen its theatrical version. The HDR mastering, coupled with a 4K HDR TV that can display it will create a visual experience of stunning colors and realistic shadows that even most movie theaters simply can’t come close to replicating.

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