"Wonder Woman" is the first major superhero film to be led by a woman, and it was women who helped the film to the top of the box office this weekend. Another report claimed the majority of those buying tickets for the film were women, another first for the superhero genre.
Putting records aside, Wonder Woman has broken barriers of other kinds.
' Wonder Woman' is enjoying a great run at the box-office and had a 103.3 million Dollars opening at the U.S. Box Office, making it the first female directorial to touch that feat.
The most talked about scene features Wonder Woman/Diana storming World War I's "no man's land" in German territory and begins to stirring up her allies to save the people who live in the village that the Germans have conquered. "I mean, you made this movie what it is, and your love and support for this character and myself are not to be taken for granted", she continues.
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As the Chief greeted Women Woman in Blackfoot, I heard actual gasps from some members of the audience and some one said "oh my God, yes!"
Wonder Woman was introduced to the fans in the last year's film Batman V/s Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Though she's not technically attached, Jenkins has already expressed some interest in coming back for the sequel when Warner Bros. gets it off the ground, so it sounds like both sides are open to playing ball.
Without diving too deep into the history of film, it's no secret that female directors have had to fight tooth and nail for every project they could get their hands on. "I love it! She's very emotional and she's very strong".
While the actress is winning praise and her character being hailed as a role model, director Patty Jenkins is being lauded for her efforts to break outdated sexism that exists in Hollywood.