“Wonder Woman,” starring the Israeli actress Gal Gadot, has become the biggest non-sequel superhero movie ever, beating out the 2002 version of “Spider-Man.”
The movie earned $404.1 million in the United States as of Monday, and has passed $800 worldwide, with the film set to open in Japan on Friday, Forbes reported.
Forbes noted that if the film can take in another $5 million at the box office — and it is still being shown at more than 800 movie theaters in the United States — it will pass “The Hunger Games,” “Captain America: Civil War” and “Iron Man 3” in earnings.
Gadot tweeted a thank you to her fans on Monday.
“Wow! Just heard the news! Thank u to everyone who has shown their support to WW in theaters!” she wrote. “What an amazing ride this has been! #grateful”
Wow! Just heard the news! Thank u to everyone who has shown their support to WW in theaters! What an amazing ride this has been! #grateful pic.twitter.com/WZjVbDs1GY
— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) August 21, 2017
The film is set to be released in the United States on DVD and Blu-ray on Sept. 19.
Warner Bros. has already begun preparing for the sequel, “Wonder Woman 2,” which is slated for release in December 2019.