“Wonder Woman,” starring Gal Gadot, grossed $103.1 million in North America its opening weekend, a figure that easily surpassed industry expectations, set a new record for a film directed by a woman and bested all previous stand-alone female superhero movies put together.
“Wonder Woman,” starring Gal Gadot, grossed $103.1 million in North America its opening weekend, a figure that easily surpassed industry expectations, set a new record for a film directed by a woman and bested all previous stand-alone female superhero movies put together. Clay Enos AP
“Wonder Woman,” starring Gal Gadot, grossed $103.1 million in North America its opening weekend, a figure that easily surpassed industry expectations, set a new record for a film directed by a woman and bested all previous stand-alone female superhero movies put together. Clay Enos AP

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