‘Wonder Woman’ To Best ‘BvS’ And Become DCEU’s Top-Grossing Film Domestically

The Wonder Woman film has been in theaters for less than a month and it continues to set records and outmatch its DCEU predecessors.

The movie took in another $3.9 million on Tuesday, which helped it surpass the domestic box office total of Suicide Squad. Currently, the Patty Jenkins directed flick has a raked in $325.1 million at the North American box office.

According to Box Office Guru editor, Gitesh Pandya, Wonder Woman is on pace to beat the domestic total of Batman v Superman: Damn of Justice – the very film that first introduced Diana Prince into the DCEU, by tomorrow.

This will be another milestone of many that Jenkins already has under her belt since Wonder Woman premiered on June 2.

Wonder Woman Trenches
Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman (Courtesy of Warner Bros.)

Wonder Woman‘s international numbers through Tuesday grew to $343.6 million which brought its grand total of $668.7 million internationally thus far, and it has yet to be released in Japan.

The film about the Princess of Themyscira doesn’t show many signs of slowing down at the box office despite some tough competition in the recent weeks with the premieres of both Cars 3 and Transformers: The Last Knight. 

However, it’s toughest competition is set to come next week with the latest MCU movie, Spider-Man: Homecoming, swinging into theaters. But something tells us that Wonder Woman will be perfectly fine.

Let us know what you think about Wonder Woman‘s continued success in the comments section below.

If you haven’t had the chance to see Wonder Woman, check it out in theaters now!

Source: Screen Rant and Gitesh Pandya


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