In regards to HBO launcing europe streaming service in 2021
European subscribers won’t benefit from the Day&Date releases of new WarnerMedia movie releases, such as Wonder Woman 1984, which are being reserved for the US market. However, Sky viewers, where HBO content is available through Sky Atlantic, will be able to enjoy Wonder Woman to buy on pay-per-view around a month after its release, currently anticipated for mid December. It’s not known if the arrangement is restricted to the UK or will be extended to other Sky territories including Germany and Italy.
The studio previously announced it would release Wonder Woman 1984 on its streaming platform and in cinemas on Christmas Day.
Sky deal for Wonder Woman 1984 still to be confirmed expected to be completed soon
The plan is for the "Wonder Woman" sequel to be shown in U.K. cinemas for one month from Dec. 16, before it debuts on Sky, the sources said. The film could be rented via the Sky Store service before being added to Sky Cinema
Since WW isn't the first film of the DCEU universe, I think it would be an odd place to start if they were doing the whole thing, but maybe...
We'll see in a few months what direction they take after WW.
I'm not sure yet, and my opinion about this matter might change, but I don't like this release from Blufans. They don't need to do the DC Universe now too. There's already plenty out there with Manta Lab and HDZeta. I'd like to see them get some unique movie releases, like they did with Gone Girl back in the days. I'd love to see WEA Premium of The Invisible Man, and plenty other deserving movies of a premium treatment like that one. If they can't do that, I'd rather them keep releasing the MCU library discless and plenty of discless disney animation movies like Onward, The Incredibles (1 and/or 2), Wreck it Ralph: Ralph Breaks the Internet, Moana, and so on.