Superhero movie fans looking for exclusive home video editions of Warner’s Wonder Woman 1984 had their wish granted upon its March 30 release on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray. Not only did each of the major national retail chains have an exclusive version, but Amazon did as well.
In this case, Amazon offered a two-pack of Wonder Woman 1984 and its predecessor, 2017’s Wonder Woman, as a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray for $44.99. The set includes 4K versions and digital copies of both films, but not regular Blu-ray versions. The standard Blu-ray version of the two-pack was a wide release.
Best Buy, as is typical for the chain, presented a Steelbook edition of the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray combo pack of Wonder Woman 1984, for $34.99.
Walmart likewise stuck with its typical pattern, and as it often does with major Warner Bros. releases, stocked an exclusive vanilla DVD edition without the bonus disc but with unique box art.
The widely released DVD includes a bonus disc touting 90 minutes of special features, including extensive making-of featurettes, and is offered at $17.99 at Target and Best Buy, and $17.96 at Amazon and Walmart’s online store.
Walmart’s physical stores stocked just the vanilla version, offered at $16.96 and containing just one extra, a “Scene Study: The Mall” featurette.
Walmart also offered an exclusive DVD two-pack of both “Wonder Woman” movies for $22.96.
Target went with a simpler route and just offered unique box art with the Wonder Woman 1984 Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo pack, for $24.99.
Rounding out the array of “Wonder Woman” releases, the Warner Archives Wonder Woman 1984 3D Blu-ray combo pack was priced at $29.88 on Amazon,com, $27.99 at BestBuy.com, and $34.99 at Walmart.com.
Best Buy offered an additional exclusive this week, a two-film “Mortal Kombat” Blu-ray Steelbook collection for $14.99.