Warner Bros.'s Wonder Woman raked in an estimated $115.1 million at the global box office this weekend bringing its total to an estimated $435.2m worldwide in its first two weeks of release, according to Forbes. That breaks down to $58.1 internationally and $57 domestically, with especially strong showings in China, France, the United Kingdom, and Brazil. The Gal Gadot-starring film opens later this month in Germany and Spain, with the Japanese release date scheduled for August.
Domestically, that $57m second weekend gives Wonder Woman the best second weekend, percentage-wise, for any DC/Marvel movie in five years, according to Box Office.
This comes during the debut of Universal Pictures' The Mummy, which couldn't topple Wonder Woman domestically ($32.2m) but did trump it internationally ($141.8m), despite the generally negative critical reviews.