'Wonder Woman' could soar over $100 million in its opening weekend

Danny Woods
June 8, 2017

On Friday the Black Panther cast member posted a glowing review of Wonder Woman on social media, calling the film "just amazing" and applauding the work of star Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins.

The much-anticipated Warner Bros. effort, Wonder Woman has been banned in Lebanon. "We're here to try to carry forth something so handsome that she really brought into the world and we just want it to go into the future". Wonder Woman finally arrives this weekend and there's a lot riding on the highly anticipated film. So when I started to really hunker in on the significance of No Man's Land, there were a couple people who were deeply confused, wondering, like, 'Well, what is she going to do?

Wonder Woman ends with the end of World War I, almost a century before the events of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman's introduction into the DC Universe.

It's also the first female-directed live-action movie with a $100-million budget, according to CinemaBlend.

The connection with Justice League and the previous Batman v Superman (which they had to show) was also well made.

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Wonder Woman has been banned in Lebanon, as part of their boycott of Israel. In an interview with Uproxx, Jenkins said that if she returned to the character she would want it to exist as another period piece.

Wonder Woman is out in theaters today.

Gal Gadot did an incredible job portraying the character in the solo film.

Although it has not been officially confirmed yet, Jenkins revealed to THR she had been contacted for the sequel to Wonder Woman and is contractually obligated to continue. Convinced that she can stop the threat, Diana leaves her home for the first time.

"Someone would come up and and be like - 'My friend says your someone, I should know what have you been in?' Pine laughs, 'I am Ryan Pratt, and I was in The Green Thor.' And they're like, 'I knew it!'"

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