According to information from Warner Bros., the global sales of the superhero film in the DC Extended Universe has exceeded $ 100 million.
Deadline reported that since its launch on December 25, 2020, Wonder Woman 1984 had a revenue of $ 16.7 million at the North American box office. Achievement in terms of 60% of the 5,500 regional cinemas still closed.
Also in North America, at the same time in theaters, the film directed by Patty Jenkins was also released on the online video service HBO Max. HBO Max currently only serves subscribers in the US, but is expected to expand overseas soon in 2021.
Wonder Woman 1984 was released in international markets from mid-December. As of December 27, 2020, the film’s revenue has reached 85 million USD. Thereby, the blockbuster officially reached $ 100 million in revenue.
On the occasion of the new year, Domestic Distribution Manager Jeff Goldstein and International Distribution Director Andrew Cripps of Warner Bros. sent a joint letter celebrating the success of Wonder Woman 1984.
The message reads: “Congratulations Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot, Chuck Roven and the cast and crew of the 1984 Wonder Woman movie – who gave the audience an unforgettable cinematic experience. Audiences around the world, where film markets have reopened, are eager to go to theaters to enjoy the next leg of Diana Prince’s perilous journey”.
1984 Wonder Woman held the top spot at the Australian box office with $ 4.5 million in sales last weekend. At the same time, the film grossed $ 2.5 million in Korea.
In China, as of December 27, 1984 Wonder Woman collected 23.9 million USD. The film’s revenue in some other Asian markets is 6.5 million USD in Taiwan, 3.1 million USD in Japan, 2.9 million USD in Singapore and 2.9 million USD from the Thai box office.
The success of Wonder Woman 1984 set the stage for Warner Bros. quickly adopted a Wonder Woman production plan 3. The project continued to feature Patty Jenkins as director and screenwriter and Gal Gadot as Diana Prince / Wonder Woman.
Before Wonder Woman 1984, Warner Bros. once released the blockbuster Tenet of Christopher Nolan when the US cinema was reopened after a period of social gap. The film grossed $ 362.6 million worldwide.