Gal Gadot’s ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Passes $100 Million At Worldwide Box Office

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Gal Gadot Wonder Woman 1984 Patty Jenkins HBO Max RokuGal Gadot’s Wonder Woman 1984 has crossed the $100 million mark at the worldwide box office.

After opening to $16.7 million at the North American box office with the majority of theaters currently shut down, Wonder Woman 1984 has passed $100 million worldwide. Warner Bros. made the announcement on New Year’s Eve, confirming that the DC Films project had crossed $22 million domestically, where it’s already available on the WarnerMedia streaming service HBO Max.

Warner Bros. Domestic Distribution President Jeff Goldstein and International Distribution Chief Andrew Cripps said the following in a statement:

“Congratulations to Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot, Chuck Roven and the entire cast and crew who made ‘Wonder Woman 1984,’ allowing fans and film lovers to return to the thrilling experience of being at the movies. Audiences around the world where markets are open have been showing up to watch the next chapter in Diana Prince’s action-packed story.”

Recently, Warner Bros. announced that Wonder Woman 3 is being fast-tracked with Patty Jenkins returning to the director’s chair. Gal Gadot is also set to reprise her role as Diana Prince.

Directed by Patty Jenkins from a script she co-wrote with David Callaham and a treatment she developed with Geoff Johns, Wonder Woman 1984 stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal, Natasha Rothwell, Ravi Patel, Gabriella Wilde, Connie Nielson, and Robin Wright.

Wonder Woman 1984  currently playing in theaters and streaming on HBO Max. Stay tuned for all the latest news surrounding Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins and the DC Extended Universe and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more exclusive video content!

Source: Warner Bros.

Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.