Wonder Woman is the comic book movie that could end up at the Oscars.

The massively successful film starring Gal Gadot continued earning marks in the awards race on Thursday, landing a spot on the American Film Institute's list of the top movies of the year. Jordan Peele's Get Out was also named, giving the social thriller its latest accolade.

The AFI Awards don't crown a winner, but instead honor 10 films and 10 television programs they deem "culturally and artistically significant."

Lady Bird, The Shape of Water, The Post and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri were included in AFI's 10 best films this year, as were the gay romance Call Me By Your Name and the indie The Florida Project. Summer hits The Big Sick and Dunkirk rounded out their picks.

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On the TV side, Big Little Lies continued its post-Emmys reign, as did The Handmaid's Tale, Master of None, Stranger Things 2 and This Is Us. AFI also honored Game of Thrones, The Crown, Insecure, Feud: Bette and Joan and The Good Place.

A special award went to Ken Burns' PBS documentary The Vietnam War.

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A luncheon honoring the projects will be held Jan. 5 in Los Angeles.