A steady box office run has propelled “Wonder Woman” past the likes of Batman and Superman, making the superheroine movie the DC Extended Universe’s most successful domestic release.
Starring Gal Gadot, the film has earned $330.5 million in the domestic box office, the Los Angeles Times reports, passing the mark of $330.3 million earned by “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” of 2016.
Well-received by critics, the subject of women-only screenings and an inspiration to some, “Wonder Woman” has been in theaters for just 28 days. The L.A. Times points out that “Wonder Woman” opened slowly, with a smaller opening weekend ($103 million) than “Batman v Superman” ($166 million) and “Suicide Squad” ($133 million). But, perhaps thanks to favorable reviews, “Wonder Woman” has managed to retain audience attendance.