The newest major streaming platforms, like Disney+ and HBO Max, are showing success, and Disney has restructured its entire movie making business to make streaming a major part of it. If Wonder Woman 1984 is a resounding success, and it likely will be, that’s going to convince not only Warner Bros., but likely others as well, that taking the risk of theatrical distribution simply isn’t worth it. We could see more movies shift to streaming even after theatrical releases become more possible. Either that, or we could see more movies do the WW84 thing and plan to release in both channels. A steady flow of streaming content could mean studios getting their revenue from the consumer in monthly subscriptions rather than ticket prices, and in the end, the studio doesn’t care where the money comes from as long as it comes in.