Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman movie has now passed Marvel's Captain America: Civil War and also takes home the best movie of this Summer.
Including today's estimates, Wonder Woman now has a $408,939,021 domestic gross, passing Captain America: Civil War's $408,084,349, and Wonder Woman is on the verge of passing Marvel's Iron Man 3 domestic box office of $409,013,994.
It should be noted that both of the Marvel films vastly beats out Wonder Woman's international cume, with Wonder Woman only having around $403.7 million to Marvel's $745 million-plus for Civil War and $805 million-plus for IM3.
Wonder Woman's current total box office of $812.6 million beats all of this Summer's movies, including Marvel's Spider-Man: Homecoming ($746 million), which didn't get a chance to open at the #$2 box office in the world with China, as the Chinese pushed Spider-Man: Homecoming to a September release.
The Summer of 2017 also marks the worst box office at the movie's since 2006, and this past Labor Day Weekend also marks the worst box office Â in 17 years.
Once Wonder Woman passes Iron Man 3 this week, it will be the #5 best comic book adaptation of all time in the U.S., trailing Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises, Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron, Nolan's The Dark Knight and Marvel's The Avengers.
Warner Bros. is currently developing Wonder Woman 2 with Patty Jenkins in talks to direct; Gal Gadot returns this November for Zack Snyder's Justice League. Â