Wonder Woman defeating Thor at the battle ground? Gal Gadot has no doubt: the Israeli actress and model even sent a video message to Chris Hemsworth to ask him whether he agrees with her or not. On Saturday, the actor finally answered to Gadot's challenge after Yahoo's Katie Couric delivered the message to Hemsworth.

Thor vs Wonder Woman

Hemsworth, who has brought to life the Marvel character, thought Wonder Woman would "kick Thor's a--" if they would ever come face-to-face for a match. "I always knew you were a smart guy," Gadot replied to the actor.

"But I think it’s worth a fight. We should collide worlds."

Gadot's "Wonder Woman" just made history as the first female-directed movie to earn over $100 million for its premiere in North America over the weekend. The DC Comics film has surpassed Sam Taylor-Johnson's "Fifty Shades of Grey," which collected $85 million for its weekend premiere in 2015.

Aside from that, the fourth installment of the DC Extended Universe has become the first female-led superhero film to surpass the nine-digit figures for its opening. The Gadot-starrer has overshadowed Scarlet Johansson's "Ghost in the Shell," Jennifer Garner's "Elektra," Halle Berry's "Catwoman" and other female-led superhero projects.

No Batman or Superman? No problem!

Despite the nonappearance of the two most popular superheroes of DC Comics, the Patty Jekins creation is seeing a bright future for Gadot's character. Perhaps, the female superhero can steal the spotlight from Batman and Superman. Who knows? Right now, the whole team of "Wonder Woman" is enjoying the ongoing success of the female-directed film across the pond.

Hemsworth, on the other hand, will soon make his big screen comeback with "Thor: Ragnarok," which is scheduled to hit the theaters on November 3, 2017. Despite the so-so performance of previous "Thor" films, fans are still looking forward for the release of Marvel Cinematic Universe's eighth film.

What excites them the most was Hemsworth's new look in "Thor: Ragnarok" trailer.

In fact, the two-minute video has become Disney's most-viewed trailer in 24 hours with 136 millions views, surpassing "Beauty and the Beast's" and "Captain America: Civil War's" official trailers.

Joining Hemsworth in the upcoming Marvel movie are Tom Hiddleston (Loki), Cate Blanchett (Hela), Idris Helba (Heimdall), Jeff Goldblum (Grandmaster) and more.