Wonder Woman was a box office smash on its opening weekend, raking in more than $100 million domestically — a new record for a movie directed by a woman.
Deadline reported Monday that the final tally for the film was $103.1 million, even higher than the initial Sunday estimates.
That handily defeats the previous record for a movie directed by a woman — $85.1 million for Sam Taylor-Johnson's Fifty Shades of Grey.
And it compares well to similar movies — that is, superhero flicks that aren't sequels or ensemble films. While it's not as big as the opening weekend for Man of Steel or Deadpool, it easily surpasses Doctor Strange and the first Iron Man, Thor and Captain America movies.
Sales overseas were impressive too, as NPR movie critic Bob Mondello notes. The film has made $223 million internationally.