Wonder Woman raked in another $41.3m domestically and $39.5m internationally for a total haul of $571.8m so far, according to two Forbes reports. While $41.3m may not be an eyebrow-raising number, the financial magazine points out that it is the third-lowest box office drop from second to third weekends for any film that opened over $100m at the box office, which infers a higher-than-usual sustained interest in the film after the usual opening weekend peak.
By that metric, the financial trade reports that only Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and last year's live action Jungle Book have done better in that time frame. Wonder Woman now also boasts the fourth-highest grossing third weekend of any superhero movie, with only Avengers, Spider-Man, and The Dark Knight performing better in the third week of their respective runs. The film has also claimed the title of the eleventh-biggest third box office weekend of all time for any film, in terms of domestic numbers.
Wonder Woman's worldwide rollout continues with Belgium on June 21, Egypt and Spain on June 23, and Japan on August 25.