DC’s Wonder Woman has proven to be a global smash hit at the box office, as director Patty Jenkins’ film has earned over $100 million in the United States in its first five days and $125 million internationally. Select nations will not be able to view the film, however, for reasons that extend beyond entertainment and the film industry.

Amidst pressure from Palestinian groups over Gal Gadots Isreali descent, the film was banned from theaters in Lebanon and Algeria, and now another country has now been added to that list, as Tunisia has suspended all plans to screen the film.

According to Variety, the news comes just hours before preview screenings of the superhero flick were …

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