The Wonder Woman 1984 box office has grown to $118.5 million worldwide, according to the latest figures released by Warner Bros. In addition to playing in select theaters, the sequel is also streaming on HBO Max.
Directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot, Wonder Woman 1984 brought in an estimated $15.6 million globally this weekend from 42 markets (including the U.S. and Canada). The domestic gross this weekend was $5.5 million and overseas take was $10.1 million.
In North America, the Wonder Woman 1984 box office is now up to $28.5 million and the international total has reached $90 million.
Overall, only about 39% of domestic theaters are currently open with limited seating. Theaters are still closed in major markets such as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, and Philadelphia.
Internationally, the top-performing markets are China ($25 million), Australia ($11.5 million), Taiwan ($8.1 million), and Japan ($4.4 million). IMAX theaters have brought in $7.6 million of the overseas total.
Elsewhere at the box office, DreamWorks Animation and Universal Pictures’ The Croods: A New Age took second place with $2.18 million from 1,751 theaters to bring its six-week domestic total $34.5 million. The sequel also added $7.6 million from 17 international territories and has grossed $114.96 million globally.
The film is directed by Joel Crawford, who has worked on multiple DreamWorks Animation films, including Trolls and the Kung Fu Panda franchise.
The Croods: A New Age features the voice talent of returning stars Nicolas Cage as Grug Crood, Catherine Keener as Ugga Crood, Emma Stone as their daughter, Eep; Ryan Reynolds as Eep’s boyfriend, Guy; Clark Duke (Hot Tub Time Machine) as Thunk and Cloris Leachman as Gran.
They’re joined by new stars Peter Dinklage (HBO’s Game of Thrones) as Phil Betterman, Leslie Mann (Blockers) as Hope Betterman, and Kelly Marie Tran (Star Wars: The Last Jedi) as their daughter, Dawn.
Coming in at No. 3 domestically was Universal’s News of the World, the Western directed by Paul Greengrass and starring Tom Hanks and Helena Zengel. The film collected $1.69 million from 1,928 theaters its second weekend and has earned $5.4 million total after two weeks. Netflix has the international rights to the movie.
Fourth place belonged to Sony’s Monster Hunter, which earned $1.25 million this weekend from 1,807 theaters and has brought in a total of $6.26 million after three weeks. Written and directed by Paul W. S. Anderson (Resident Evil films), the video game adaptation Milla Jovovich, Tony Jaa, Tip ‘T.I.’ Harris, Meagan Good, Diego Boneta, Josh Helman, Jin Au-Yeung, and Ron Perlman.
Rounding out the top five was Lionsgate thriller Fatale, directed Deon Taylor and starring Hilary Swank, Michael Ealy, Mike Colter, and Tyrin Turner. The film earned $700,000 this weekend from 1,183 locations, for a total of $3 million after three weeks.
And in sixth place was Focus Features’ Promising Young Woman, which earned $660,000 from 1,333 theaters, to bring its two-week total to $1.89 million. Promising Young Woman is written and directed by Emerald Fennell (Killing Eve) and stars Carey Mulligan, Laverne Cox, Bo Burnham, Alison Brie, Connie Britton, Jennifer Coolidge, Max Greenfield, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Chris Lowell, Sam Richardson, Molly Shannon, and Clancy Brown.