The first tracking figures for Warner Bros. and DC’s “Wonder Woman” are in with the Patty Jenkins-helmed film looking to debut with $65 million domestically. That number will likely climb higher the closer to release as the TV marketing push begins.
That figure also puts the film, the first female-led superhero movie from a major Hollywood studio since “Elektra” twelve years ago, on par with the first outings in the “Thor” and “Captain America” franchises, but behind the $85 million of “Doctor Strange”. That said, a separate report at The Wrap says one service is predicting as high as a $105 million opening.
Interest is tracking strongest among males who are 25 and older, followed by females 25 and older, but the movie is appealing to younger males and females as well.
Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, David Thewlis, Connie Nielsen and Elena Anaya also star in “Wonder Woman” which opens June 2nd.
Source: Heat Vision