The embargo for Wonder Woman reviews will be lifted on Monday, May 29th at 9pm PST, instead of Wednesday, May 31st, as it was originally set by the studio.
This change in embargo date shows confidence by Warner Bros, that the critics who have been less than kind to their previous DC Films will enjoy this film and will likely give it a positive grade.
For those unaware of what an embargo is, an embargo is when critics and other reviewers are not allowed to share their thoughts on a film until the studio gives them the a set date as to when. This can range from a couple of weeks to the night before the film’s release.
Many reviewers have already sent in their quick social reactions, with Warner Bros. permission and with the overwhelming positive reactions, this likely encouraged Warner Bros. to push up the embargo for an earlier date.
— JoBlo.com (@joblocom) May 24, 2017
looks like WB is lifting the 'Wonder Woman' embargo a bit sooner. Now lifts Monday, May 29th at 9:00pm PST pic.twitter.com/ejBBnynhZX
— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) May 24, 2017
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