Gal Gadot's "Wonder Woman" has now earned over $300 million at the box office in just over a week. In the U.S., Warner Bros.' "Wonder Woman" will easily stay in first place for a second weekend, opening to a historic $103.3 million. This is reportedly the top domestic launch of all time for a female director, whipping up strong midweek business for a $138.7 million domestic total through Wednesday.

'Wonder Woman' breaks box office records

Following a record-breaking Thursday debut, an impressive early week outing, and an optimistic weekend prediction, the good news continues to roll in for this Patty Jenkins’ directorial.

According to a report from Forbes, DC’s latest film has sailed past the $300 million mark at the global box office after just a week of ticket sales.

The international numbers of Gal Gadot's "Wonder Woman" are higher than many other super hero films, including the first two "Thor" and "Iron Man" movies, both "Guardians of the Galaxy" volumes, and "Man of Steel."

China accounted for a majority of this movie's overseas success, taking in $11.6 million from around 16,000 screens on Friday. It is now the third-highest opening day for a Warner Bros. project in that country.

"Wonder Woman" is already in targeted to rank ahead of several other female directed films, including "Fifty Shades of Grey" ($166 million) and "Kung Fu Panda 2" ($165 million), and could easily take over "Pitch Perfect 2" ($184 million) and Twilight ($191 million) regarding domestic numbers.

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In the movie, director Patty Jenkins’s fight scenes are masterpieces of motion. Gal Gadot is majestic. Chris Pine is impossibly charming. And Jenkins has created a film that rightfully does justice to its legendary title character.

This isn’t to say Wonder Woman is perfect -- uneven might be more appropriate. In 141 minutes, it shatters the ceiling of how good Warner Bros.’ superhero movies can be.

One of the best things about this movie is how director Patty Jenkins depicts Diana -- as a person whose physical strength and physical beauty are undeniable, but also just mere matter-of-fact. One way in which Wonder Woman is very much like all those other superhero movies is that Diana is treated with awe by the camera, but also with respect.

Box office Mojo reported that the movie has already grossed $138 million at the domestic market and $125 million overseas.