WONDER WOMAN vs. THOR? Gal Gadot Challenges Chris Hemsworth to Throw-Down

Internationally, the Warner Bros. and DC Comics film brought in $122.5 million this past weekend, for a total global opening of $223 million.Posting an article from the associated press announcing the North American debut of the female-led superhero film reaching $100.5 million in the box office, Evans gave a warm and explosive congrats to Wonder Woman.The record was previously held by Sam Taylor-Jonhson, whose film, Fifty Shades of Grey took on $85.1 million during its opening weekend in the US.”While the story was critically tough, she emerged as a real bright spot”, Goldstein said.While the Israeli actress will focus on the upcoming DCEU release Justice League, director Patty Jenkins has to jump over the November release to focus on the Wonder Woman sequel.Wonder Woman has enjoyed record-breaking success in its opening weekend.Wonder Woman has managed to bag a lump sum box office collection in India after it was released on June 2.There’s no confirmation of a follow-up to “Wonder Woman” on Warner Bros.’ end, but the critical acclaim and early earnings from the original probably make it a safe bet. “It might be a $10 million movie or it might be $200 million movie”, she explained. Given all of that, it would be natural to assume Pine won’t be back in the sequel, but this is a comic book superhero movie; anything is possible.The domestic gross puts Jenkins – who proved detractors wrong for calling her a box office gamble with only the Academy Award-winning film Monster under her belt – firmly at the top of the list of successful female-directed films. “She is a character that just has been embraced worldwide”.And she had the biggest box office weekend! Entertainment shows Gal Gadot in a scene from “Wonder Woman“.Directed by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Patty Jenkins, the film also features Robin Wright, Danny Huston, Lucy Davis and Doutzen Kroes among others.”Wonder Woman” has pulled in $125 million from overseas markets this weekend, putting it over some major superhero titles like its fellow DC Extended Universe title, “Man of Steel“.