Wonder Woman: 2017’s Most Tweeted-About Movie

The global blockbuster Wonder Woman has become 2017’s most tweeted-about movie in the U.S.

The movie has garnered more than 2.19 million tweets so far this year, according to information obtained from Twitter.

Those 2.19 million tweets make Wonder Woman the most popular movie on Twitter of 2017, surpassing La La Land and Beauty and the Beast, which topped the box office this year with over $1.2 billion internationally, but came in third place on Twitter.

Wonder Woman, also known as Diana Prince, also ranks the most tweeted-about film character of the year.

Israeli born actress Gal Gadot plays the title heroine, and her co-star Chris Pine’s character, Steve Trevor, ranks as the third most tweeted-about film character of 2017.

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The film’s most tweeted names are Gadot in first place, then director Patty Jenkins and then Pine coming in third.

Gadot’s most popular tweets from her personal account were the release of promotional materials for the film–two trailers and the movie poster.

Other popular tweets about “Wonder Woman” came from Stephen Colbert, Joss Whedon, Chris Evans, and the original Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter.

Wonder Woman has become the most successful female-directed film with a $103 million opening weekend domestically, It is set to dominate again this upcoming weekend.

Internationally, the Warner and DC Comics feature brought the total global opening to over $220 million. It’s also the third best opening of all time in Imax theaters.

The blockbuster marks a major turning point for the industry’s gender politics, as the most expensive film ever from a female director with Jenkins getting a $150 million budget to make the film.

At the world premiere, Gadot spoke about the industry’s progress in making superhero films: “I think it’s so important that we have also strong female figures to look up to, and Wonder Woman is an amazing one. It’s great that after years that this character had been around, finally she gets her own movie