She's a Wonder! 'Wonder Woman' Lassoes $100.5M at Box Office
"Wonder Woman," the latest superhero movie to flex its muscle at the North American box office, headed straight to the financial version of Paradise Island, making an estimated $100.5 million from 4,000 theaters.
The opening was the biggest ever for a female director (Patty Jenkins), and according to THR is only the sixteenth superhero movie to start north of $100 million domestically.
1970s Wonder Woman Lynda Carter passes the Bracelets of Submission to new Wonder Woman Gal Gadot at the premiere.
"Wonder Woman," starring Gal Gadot as the icon sometimes known as Diana and Chris Pine as her dude in distress Steve Trevor, becomes the first-ever female-centered superhero hit.
On top of all the ticket sales, the film currently holds a superhuman 93% "fresh" rating at RottenTomatoes.com.