Wonder Woman keeps crushing it at the box office, and last night it set another big milestone! With over $609.8 million worldwide, Patty Jenkins now holds record for the highest-grossing live-action film to be directed by a woman. The previous record was held by Phyllida Lloyd, who directed the 2008 musical Mamma Mia!.
Wonder Woman is still kicking butt in theaters, but the incredible end credits sequence has been officially released online. VIA: Batman News
Wonder Woman made another $40.8 million in the US, one of the best third weekends in the history of superhero movies. Combined with everything it’s made overseas, Wonder Woman has now made $571.8 million worldwide.
Suicide Squad star and Joker actor Jared Leto is the latest celebrity to praise Wonder Woman. He took his band 30 Seconds to Mars and the entire crew to see Wonder Woman last night, and he absolutely loved it! Took the entire @30secondstomars CREW to #WONDERWOMAN last night!!! Loved the movie. Loved the actors. Loved […]
“Geoff Johns is a very good friend of mine. We grew up together in the business and recently celebrated Richard Donner, who we both used to work for,” he continued. “So, I applaud all the success he has. I really just look at it as a fan. When the movies perform well and are well […]
For all of the reports of extensive reshoots on studio tentpoles, Jenkins added just one new scene after she wrapped production in [May 2016]. As originally shot, the Warner Bros. film’s titular heroine Gal Gadot is walking with Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) toward the World War I frontlines, readying herself for her destined showdown with […]
Wonder Woman is the #1 movie in the world for the second weekend in a row. The movie brought in $57.2 million, while The Mummy debuted with just $32.2 million. Wonder Woman also only dropped 45% from last weekend, a very low number in the industry.
It’s not confirmed, but Patty says they’re working on getting her back in the director’s chair. VIA: Batman News
The Hollywood Reporter says that while Gal Gadot’s deal includes sequels, Patty Jenkins was just signed for one movie. That decision is likely to cost the studio millions, because Wonder Woman just had a huge $100+ million opening weekend, besting Warner Bros.’s estimates of $65 million.
A special message to my fans. Thank you all, I love you all so much 🙏🏻😘💋 תודה, धन्यवाद, Merci, Danke, 谢谢, Gracias, ありがと, Obrigado ❤️ #wonderwoman #thankful VIA: Batman News
The reason for Wonder Woman not having an extended cut is quite simple: there aren’t any deleted scenes. Director Patty Jenkins explained how close the final cut was to her first cut in a new interview with Collider.
In the Twitter video below, Gadot made her answer very clear. “I think it’s Wonder Woman. Don’t you Chris?,” she asked the Marvel star. Hemsworth then replied to the tweet and actually agreed! “I think she’d kick Thor’s ass,” he said. Gadot then replied one more timing, saying that DC and Marvel’s worlds should collide […]
As predicted, Wonder Woman had a huge opening weekend! The Patty Jenkins directed movie made $100.5 million in its domestic box office debut, setting a record for the biggest opening of all time for a female director.
Zack Snyder, who cast Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and produced and co-wrote the story, took to Vero last night to share a beautiful new look at Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. He also summed up his thoughts about Wonder Woman with just one word. “Proud,” he wrote.
By now you’re probably just returning from a late night screening of Wonder Woman, or maybe you got to attend one of the special fan screenings last week. Regardless, this is the best place to discuss the movie with the Superhero News community! Did you love it? Hate it? Leave your thoughts in the comments […]
The Superhero News team delivers their full analysis of Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot, in this spoiler review! Have you seen the film? What did you think? Leave your comments below or on our YouTube page and while you’re there, don’t forget to like, favorite, share and subscribe! Thanks for […]