If you loved the Wonder Woman movie, ComicBook.com has a way for you to watch it in style!
ComicBook.com and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment have teamed up to give one lucky fan an amazing Wonder Woman prize pack. The winner will receive a brand new flat-screen TV, a Blu-ray player, and a digital copy of Wonder Woman to put that new TV to good use.
Odds are that you were already planning on buying the hit film anyway, but why not get a brand new TV to watch it on? Yeah, makes sense to us too.
While you might not win the grand prize, 19 lucky entrants will take home Wonder Woman on digital. Not a bad consolation prize at all. The contest will run through September 19th, so make sure to get your entries in.
Even with the film already on digital platforms, Wonder Woman continues to bring in money at theaters. Thus far Wonder Woman has accrued over $409 million domestically, taking in over $813 million worldwide. Just in the last few weeks, incremental gains have allowed Wonder Woman to overtake some pretty substantial competition.
Domestically Wonder Woman has surpassed Frozen ($400 million), Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen ($402 million), Jurassic Park ($402 million), Spider-Man ($403 million), The Hunger Games ($408 million), Captain America: Civil War ($408 million), and Iron Man 3 ($409 million). It doesn't look like it will overtake anymore though, as there's a decent gap between Wonder Woman and Toy Story 3, which currently sits at over $415 million.
Still, better to never count Wonder Woman out.
While expectations were high, no one could've predicted it would be so unanimously praised.
“I went into the release of the movie assuming it would be, in
“So, the support and positivity that the movie has received," continued Jenkins, "and also just the people wanting to talk about what we wanted to talk about in the movie and not other things, has been stunning.”
Wonder Woman currently enjoys an 84.55 on ComicBook.com's composite rankings, which you can vote on here.