How the 'Wonder Woman' box office gross compares to other superhero movies

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With Justice League Dark/Dark Universe and Joss Whedon's Batgirl seemingly ahead of a Wonder Woman sequel on the development slate, there looks to be more than enough time to hammer out a new contract. ". (He's this) strong, gorgeous, wonderful male who shows vulnerability, who is in the presence of literally Wonder Woman, and holds his own space in the most respectable way, so it's challenging gender norms on both sides". Based on Wonder Woman's stellar box office debut, I have a feeling Jenkins is in a particular position of power heading into this discussion. which, you know, is a nice change of pace for female directors in Hollywood, I'm sure. She's Wonder Woman. She's got to come to America.

We live in an age where everyone involved in one of these giant superhero movies franchises is basically made to commit as much of their lives as humanly possible to it. Sequels are, if not outright expected, certainly hoped for by studios.

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Though Gal Gadot is locked in for another Wonder Woman movie, Patty Jenkins has not yet officially been signed for the Wonder Woman sequel. They can have love, they can have vulnerability, they can have complexity. He's the kind of man women want to believe is out there. And the director should have more leverage than either of them, given the pretty widespread notion that her movie has "saved" the DCEU - which, you'll remember, DC was hoping Suicide Squad would do. But women superheroes or strong women characters had to be, 'I don't need anyone, I'm the toughest person in the world.' That's not fair to anybody. All in all, it sounds like a great time to be Patty Jenkins (and a fan of Wonder Woman). ". We have different talents as men and women, but they're equally important and we're both equally capable". Though Steve's sacrifice has a profound effect on Diana, his actions in itself were inspired by her.