Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman has been both critical and commercial success. And there are various achievements the movie has claimed as well. For starters the film is highest-grossing live-action film directed by a woman, the largest-ever opening weekend for a film directed by a woman. It is also the critically highest rated movie on Rotten Tomatoes.
And if all that was not enough, now the movie has added one more trophy to its name.
The Wrap reports “After 28 days in theaters, “Wonder Woman” is now the highest domestic grossing film in Warner Bros’ DC Extended Universe, passing the $330.3 million total set by “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” on Thursday.”
“With a Thursday total of $2.68 million, “Wonder Woman” clocked in a four-week cume of $330.5 million, a total “BvS” reached after 84 days in theaters. “Wonder Woman,” which opened June 2, was the third movie in 2017 to score a $100 million-plus opening with a $103.1 million bow, but that was significantly less than the $133 million made by “Suicide Squad” and $166 million made by “BvS”.
Although it is worth nothing that Batman v Superman still remains the overall highest earnings record for DCEU movies.