After weeks of rumors, a leaked trailer has let the golden lasso out of the bag: Warner Bros. Photos’ oft-delayed movie Surprise Girl 1984 has lastly conceded to the pandemic with a large digital launch plan.
The movie’s December 25 launch date had been beforehand introduced after being bumped out of June, then as soon as once more out of October. That Christmas launch date stays mounted for theaters all over the world—together with these in the US that stay open within the face of rising COVID-19 contraction charges. The information at this time is that HBO Max, which at the moment operates completely in North America, will moreover serve the movie on the identical day—with out charging current subscribers any further charge on high of its $14.99/mo price.
This plan differs from Disney’s September launch of its live-action Mulan remake, which was restricted to theaters in international locations with out the paid Disney+ subscription service. In territories with Disney+, however, subscribers might pay a one-time charge of $30 to entry the movie for limitless viewing, or wait till December four to entry the movie as a part of the usual Disney+ $7.99/mo service.
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