Over the weekend, Wonder Woman charted the best opening ever for a film by a femaledirector (Patty Jenkins) with $103.25M, and arguably the fourth best debut for the first chapter of a solo superhero franchise.
Well as it turns out, while Gadot is contracted for a follow-up as part of her overall DCEU deal, Jenkins isn't quite that official yet when it comes to her involvement in Wonder Woman 2.
After conquering the global box office with an opening of 223 million Dollars, a "Wonder Woman" sequel is inevitable. It's possible WB wasn't ready for the film's success, as initial tracking reports had it opening to $65 million domestically.
But director Patty Jenkins saw the situation for what it truly was. Despite the fact that Monster won the Academy Award for Best Picture, along with a stack of other honors, it has been almost 15 years before Jenkins was given the reins to her next big project, which just so happens to be Wonder Woman. I mean, it's lovely and powerful, and also so sad, because he's dead, and also he won't be back for Wonder Woman 2! She's Wonder Woman. She's got to come to America. It's received praise from critics and audiences alike while also proving that DC and Warner Bros can make a good movie.
Wonder Woman is breaking box office records left, right and center, and is well on its way to surpassing the $1.229 billion earned by The Fate of the Furious.
Anyone who has already seen Wonder Woman knows (*spoiler alert*) Chris Pine's character sacrifices himself towards the end of the film to help bring an end to World War 1, thus making it pretty impossible for him to realistically return for a sequel.
"Hey you guys, it's me, it's Gal", she begins.
If you're wavering about whether to see Wonder Woman, who are you and have you been planning some nefarious villainy on a planet far, far away? So, we added her seeing the horses being whipped.
Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot has thanked fans for the "craziest weekend" of her life after her superhero movie stormed the box office worldwide.
They're all going to oppose it, but they can't ultimately stop it from eventually getting an up-or-down vote. President Trump has threatened to cancel them in order to bring about instability in ObamaCare marketplaces.
While they can spend more money on certain areas, they still have to hit the $133 billion marker to comply with Senate rules. But that was way back in May and Trump, who specializes in meaningless shilling, quickly moves on to the next sales pitch.
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