Gal Gadot’s recent release Wonder Woman 1984, which premiered on HBO Max in December, made a major streaming debut by garnering most viewing time for a feature film on its opening weekend, said Variety.
The popular superhero fiction has become the biggest feature film according to Nielsen’s rankings and also emerged as one of the biggest streaming titles since the initial launch.
"Wonder World! Congratulations to Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins and the cast of WW84 for nabbing the number one streamed title during the holidays, according to a special update of Nielsen’s streaming ranker," Nielsen tweeted.
Wonder World!— Nielsen (@nielsen) January 29, 2021
Congratulations to @GalGadot, @PattyJenks and the cast of #WW84 for nabbing the No. 1 streamed title during the holidays according to a special update of Nielsen's streaming ranker: https://t.co/dAejbFMNBb @hbomax pic.twitter.com/wyU90F0f03
Streaming service HBO Max customers spent 2.25 billion minutes watching WW84 in the week of December 21 to 27. This is equivalent to about 14.9 million complete plays of the film, as per The Hollywood Reporter.
The given figures also back 580 million minutes more than previously reported number one trending film of the week: Soul, a Pixar production that made its way on Disney with 1.67 billion minutes of play.
At third spot is the comedy drama The Office and on fourth is the trending regency drama, Bridgerton.
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