‘Wonder Woman’ Beats Estimates & Drops Only 43% To $58.6 Million

'Wonder Woman' surpassed initial box office estimates and dropped only 43% to earn $58.6 million, bringing the film's domestic total to $206.5 million.

Wonder Woman‘s box office success continued in the film’s second weekend and while the film retained the number spot as expected, the groundbreaking superhero film’s final numbers surpassed the initial estimates of a $57.2 million gross and a 45% drop. Gitesh Pandya of Box Office Guru reports that Wonder Woman dropped only 43% and earned a total of $58.6 million over the weekend.

This brings Wonder Woman‘s domestic total to $206.5 million with the film now headed towards a $350 million domestic gross.

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Source: Box Office Guru

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