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Wonder Woman 1984 hailed as “what we all need” right now in first reactions – digitalspy.com

The first reviews are in for Wonder Woman 1984, and it seems there is hope for 2020 after all.

The early reviews for the movie are excellent, and fans will be pleased to know are all spoiler-free – so it should be safe to scroll through social media without being spoiled.

Critics who have been given early screenings for the movie are raving about the sequel and saying all good things, including that the film is uplifting and hopeful, and just “what we all need” right now.

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One critic tweeted: “I’m so happy to report that #WW84 is an absolute blast from start to finish. An exceptional compliment to the first film, it’s stuffed w/ heart, hope, love, action, romance & humor. @PattyJenks, @GalGadot & team delivered one of DC’s best sequels. I was in tears when it ended.”

Another wrote: “I got to watch Wonder Woman 1984 yesterday and… honestly it’s just what I needed. What we all need. It’s uplifting, hopeful, and so utterly Wonder Woman. Just a beautiful film with themes that hit you right in the heart. #WW84.”

A third added: “#WW1984 tells us that our world deserves the kindness and empathy of a superhero like Wonder Woman, and in 2020, that feels like the most radical and necessary message of all. Wonder Woman is the superhero we need AND the one we deserve. Pass it on.”

Here are some of the first reactions from Twitter:

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Wonder Woman 1984 follows Gal Gadot’s Diana Prince who finds herself having to face off against two baddies: business tycoon Maxwell Lord (played by The Mandalorian‘s Pedro Pascal) and shy gemologist Barbara Minerva (Kristen Wiig), aka Cheetah.

Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor will also be making a mysterious comeback to help her out.

The film will be released in the US on December 25 in cinemas and will land on HBO Max on the same day.

It has now been announced that countries such as the UK which don’t have access to the streaming platform will be able to see it in cinemas from December 16.

Wonder Woman 1984 has a release date of December 25, 2020 in the US. The UK will see a December 16 release date.


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