Wonder Woman crosses $400 million milestone at the United States box office


Whether it be box office success or deflecting criticism, Gadot and Wonder Woman continue to take the world by storm.

Almost three months after the release of Wonder Woman, which has just crossed the $400 million mark at the U.S. box office making it not only one of the biggest success stories of the summer, but the crown jewel of the DCEU, it's easy to forget what a hard road to the big screen Diana had.

The Wonder Woman showcase features an array of costumes and props used in the film and allows fans to actually set foot into some of the iconic settings from the film. The movie isn't ideal, however, and amusing or Die has come up with this hilarious video of a niche group of "Women who didn't like Wonder Woman".

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"Wonder Woman" is now the third highest-grossing Warner Bros. release on a domestic basis behind "The Dark Knight" and "The Dark Knight Rises". The combo pack features the movie in 3D hi-definition, hi-definition, standard definition, and UltraViolet Digital HD. All releases will feature the theatrical version of the movie to go with extended and deleted scenes as part of the special features. Either way, if you pick up the Blu-ray you'll get to see it. It includes an abandoned feature that was supposed to be written and directed by Joss Whedon before the Amazonian princess got the opportunity as the star of a major motion picture this past June. Gadot is returning for a "Wonder Woman" sequel, which has received a release date of December 13, 2019, while Patty Jenkins is still in negotiations to direct the sequel. Sound off in the comments section below! Starting with the release date, the home video version will arrive first, coming out on digital stores on August 29, before coming to Blu-ray and DVD on September 19, according to Collider.