Patty Jenkins’s Wonder Woman is the most profitable movie in the DC Extended Universe with a pretty big margin when compared, as the movies net profit for Warner Bros. was $252 million.
While Man of Steel the first installment to the franchise made the studio $42.7 million, followed by Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice which made the studio $105 million and then the second most profitable movie was Suicide Squad with $158 million. Meanwhile with Justice League, one can only assumed that it didn’t make Warner Bros. any real profit, as the movie’s budget is said to be $300 million, making it the most costly movie in the franchise, with it ending its Worldwide box office run with $657 million, making it the lowest grossing film in the franchise.
Wonder Woman is clearly the template DC Films should use for every future DC Extended Universe movie, as not only did the movie manage to make the most profit with the smallest budget, it also managed to win the audience and the critics alike.
The Wonder Woman sequel is officially in the works, with a production start date being sometime in the Summer, with a release date of November 1st, 2019.
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