Another week at the box office and lo and behold another superhero Movie is dominating the competition. This time that superhero movie is Warner Bros and DC Comics' "Wonder Woman" staring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine. The movie set all kinds of high marks in terms of box office production and in the rave reviews that it is receiving.

Lassoing in the domestic box office

"Wonder Woman" lapped the competition at the domestic box office, taking in a whooping $103.1 million during its opening weekend. This made it the best domestic opening ever for a female director, as Patty Jenkins beat out Sam Taylor-Johnson's "Fifty Shades of Grey" which held the previous record of $85.1 million.

"Wonder Woman" also became the third film this year, along with Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" and Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" to hit the $100 million mark domestically during their opening weekends.

The movie also had the sixth-best domestic opening ever at the June box office and was the second-best for Warner Bros and DC after "Man of Steel." It also had the fourth-best box office opening weekend ever for a superhero origin story, only behind "Spider Man" ($114.8), "Man of Steel" ($116.6) and "Deadpool" ($132.4).

Overseas domination and glowing reviews

"Wonder Woman" also took in $122.5 million in 55 overseas markets. This brought its worldwide total for its opening weekend box office to $225.6 million.

This gave the movie the second-highest worldwide premiere for a female director, only behind "50 Shades of Grey" and the $242 million it made. The movie did well in China, earning $38 million which made it the fourth-largest Warner Bros launch in that country. It has yet to premiere in other major markets like France and Germany.

So far "Wonder Woman" is getting very good reviews. On Metacritic it has a 76 Metascore from the critics and an 8.3 user score. Rotten Tomatoes gives it a 93% certified fresh rating, with the audience score on that site also being a 9.3. Lastly, moviegoers that Cinemascore pulled gave the movie an A rating.

How the rest of the domestic box office did

Coming in second place domestically at the box office was DreamWorks' "Captain Underpants," which overperformed to take second place at $23.5 million. In third place was Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," which took in $21.6 million. "Pirates" also crossed the $500 million mark worldwide after this weekend and is making a hefty profit so far. In fourth place was Disney's other major movie "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2," which made $9.7 million.