Wonder Woman has officially crosses the $100 million dollar threshold for its domestic opening weekend, with $100.5 million. This opening is $20 million more than what was estimated by the studio, which was in $80 million range and $35 million more than what the film was being projected to make by industry experts, which had the film opening at $65 million.
This would be the fourth film in the DC Extended Universe to open in the three digits, but being the lowest among them. Granted Wonder Woman does have the smallest budget among all previous three DC Films.
- Man of Steel
Budget: $225 million
Opening: $116 million
- Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Budget: $250 million
Opening: $166 million
- Suicide Squad
Budget: $175 million
Opening: $133 million
- Wonder Woman
Budget: $149 million
Opening: $100.5 million
Wonder Woman also managed to open bigger than previous comic book superhero first entry films, such as popular heroes as Iron Man ($98 million), The Incredible Hulk ($55 million), Thor (65 million), Captain America: The First Avenger ($65 million), Ant-Man (57 million) and Doctor Strange ($85 million).
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