"Wonder Woman" Movie Inspired by "Superman: The Movie"

Brunilde Fioravanti
Giugno 6, 2017

The fantastic Amazon's modern-day cinematic solo debut shattered box office records for a film directed by a woman - in this case, Patty Jenkins, whose effort brought in more than $100 million.

The film's better-than-predicted box office take can be attributed, in part, to slaking a thirst amid a virtual desert of comic book flicks starring a female hero.

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins told EW that Gadot's commitment was inspiring.

"The surreality of, 'I can't believe we're getting to make Wonder Woman,' and also, 'Oh my God, we have to make the greatest Wonder Woman of all time!' " she said.

To further illustrate Wonder Woman's dominance overseas, the opening outperformed Thor 1 & 2, Iron Man 1 & 2, Guardians Of The Galaxy 1 & 2, Doctor Strange, Captain America 1 & 2, Ant-Man, and Man Of Steel - and is now on par with Deadpool. When Diana (Gal Gadot) and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) are headed to the frontlines of World War I in the film, it's supposed to be a tense moment building up to the battle.

Wonder Woman is now screening in cinemas. There's something iconic about. the story of Wonder Woman that's hitting the zeitgeist perfectly.

"On close-up I looked very much like Wonder Woman", the 31-year-old actress said.

LOS ANGELES-It took a long time for Wonder Woman to get her due. With her film's stellar debut, director Patty Jenkins becomes the first female director to top $100 million in a film opening. And so, you know, there is always that opportunity in any movie with a metaphor to use to make something attractive that really touches people.

Jenkins held that film close to her heart while she toiled away on Wonder Woman, ensuring that the spirit of Superman was felt in her superhero film.

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