The new “Wonder Woman” movie earned $100.5m (£78.09m) in its first weekend across the US and Canada, which is the biggest domestic debut for a female director.
The previous record holder was “Fifty Shades Of Grey” directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, which took just over $85m at the box office in its first weekend.
Patty Jenkins previously directed “Monster” back in 2003 but her latest effort is her most successful to date.
The movie is also a hit in the UK with earning reaching £6.18m but “Fifty Shades Of Grey” took more than double that over a similar period
The movie is based on DC Comics character of the same name and was a hugely successful TV series, which ran from 1975 until 1979, starring the iconic Lynda Carter.
The film version stars Gal Gadot in the lead role. The Israeli actress and model, also appeared in three of the “Fast & Furious” movies.
Source : BBC
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