The Warner Bros and DC Comics film is nailing up the collection in theaters this time and is occupied the ticket counters everywhere.
Opening over the weekend, "Wonder Woman" outperformed estimations of $80 million to $90 million and brought in $100.5 million in the US and Canada. Director Patty Jenkins took the record from Sam Taylor-Johnson for 2015's "Fifty Shades of Grey". We really want to focus on this movie, and I think the result of this movie is going to really define what the future of Wonder Woman is in the movies, other than the fact that you know that she's in Justice League.
After all, Patty Jenkins is ready to make a Wonder Woman 2 so maybe we should just let her!
Wonder Woman debuted this past weekend to rave reviews, and even more impressive box office earnings.
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"Now they asked me who would win, Wonder Woman or Thor?".
Very few movies are without its faults, as I thought the CGI became clunky at times and the script a bit cheesy, but it captured the essence of a superhero movie from start to finish.
After nearly four and a half decades, the comic character returned to screens and she has come back with a bang.
Sydney Morning Herald film critic Craig Mathieson says this is: "The best outing yet in DC's comic-book universe".
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Her mother Dawn Steel, was one of the first woman to ever head a studio when she was the president of Paramount.
Internationally, the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie picked up another $73.8 million (GBP57 million) to take its tally past $500 million (GBP389 million). Wonder Women, which just made its weekend debut, was hoping to change that, matching a female lead, female director, and super hero origin story, and creating a summer blockbuster.
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