Those waiting to hear more information about a Wonder Woman solo movie outside of her appearance in Batman vs Superman can rest easy. Gal Gadot has confirmed that she has signed a three-picture deal as the Amazonian superheroine.
As reported by Batman News, Gal Gadot revealed the agreement in an appearance on Israeli show “Good Evening With Gail Pines”, as well as her fee for appearing in the Man Of Steel sequel: $300,000.
The three-picture deal is now commonplace for franchise casting, especially considering that Warner has its eye on a superhero team-up Justice League movie at some point down the line.
It's also probably safe to assume for now that those three films will be “Batman vs Superman”, a Wonder Woman solo movie and the Justice League film.
In related Justice League news, Stephen Amell, star of TV's “Arrow”, has talked about his possible involvement in the larger DC movie universe.
He said “I have had discussions, but I think the gestation process for this project is a lot slower than most people think. I mean, they haven't even shot the next one.” Let's not forget that that gestation process is now even slower thanks to the delayed release of “Batman vs Superman”, which was pushed back to a 2016 release recently.