Surprise, the Dc Extended Universe finally has a movie that can be considered watchable from start to finish since “Man of Steel,” The movie in question is called “Wonder Woman” and critics around the world are praising the film as one of the best superhero movies of all time.

For those who are lost to what’s happening in the entertainment scene, this is the first solo outing for Wonder Woman and the fourth film in the DCEU. After years of releasing terrible superhero movies, Warner Bros. can finally perform a sigh of relief.

Characters from Wonder Woman coming back for Justice League

One of the problems that plagued “Wonder Woman,” is the fact that the film didn’t spend enough time on Themyscira.

For her first outing, we had expected Diana’s home to play a huge role, but such was not the case.

The movie went on to introduce fans to several Amazons, but the ones that count didn’t get enough screen time. The good news is, some are expected to feature in “Justice League” later this year, and that makes perfect sense.

With the likes of Darkseid and Steppenwolf being the main villains of the film, our heroes will need as many allies as possible to go up against the powerful army coming from Apokolips. Because of this threat, it makes perfect sense for Zack Snyder and his team to add more Amazons to the fray.

We’re not sure if they’ll play a significant role, but we’re looking forward to an exciting reveal when the film hit theaters later in 2017.

Wonder Woman surpasses $400 million at box office

The movie should surpass $400 million at the worldwide box office by Sunday, which is great news for Warner Bros.

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going forward. At this rate, the film could achieve a maximum of $800 million at the worldwide box office, or a little less if “The Mummy” stands up to the challenge.

Then again, reviews of “The Mummy” are far below average, but with the star power behind it, we can’t say for certain how well it will perform.

“It shows that superhero movies aren’t just about men. They’re about women as well,” according to Warner Bros. distribution chief, Jeff Goldstein. “All the noise about Patty Jenkins breaking the glass ceiling for directors, I think that added to it as well.”

The success of “Wonder Woman” where critics are concerned, is a huge step for Warner Bros. going forward. If the company can continue down this path with “Justice League” and “Aquaman,” then chances are, the DC Extended Universe finally compete with the Marvel Cinematic Universe on the same level.

From our point of view, Warner Bros. and the DC Comics branch have gone through trials and errors. By now, they should learn from their mistakes.