'Wonder Woman' is about to crack North America's Top 25 all-time* grossing films at $400 million
It's only a matter of weeks until Jenkins' Wonder Woman eclipses Disney's Frozen and Sam Raimi's Spider-Man (2002) to rank among North America's top 25 all-time grossing films
But just how high can WB's powerhouse go? In just its 68 day of release Wonder Woman's $400 domestic gross ($794 global) has managed to go from highest grossing film by a female director to highest grossing live-action DCEU film and summer film of 2017, to 27th highest grossing North American film of all-time and WB's third highest grossing domestic film behind The Dark Knight (2008) and The Dark Knight Rises (2012).
But if we've learned anything from this entire experience, it's that Wonder Woman is not going to stop there. Analysts forecast a final theatrical run putting Wonder Woman at $410-$415 million, eclipsing Captain America: Civil War (#21) and Iron Man 3 (#20) just falling shy of Toy Story 3 (#19) and The Lion King (#18). Talk about historic company.
If by chance Warner Bros. is able to push Wonder Woman into Awards consideration, don't count out a possible Top 15 all time North American finish.
The Goddess of Love and War returns to theaters Dec. 13, 2019.
*Not adjusted for inflation