We’re told Gadot will play the role in not only the upcoming Batman-Superman pic, but in a Justice League movie and a Wonder Woman standalone film.
The Israeli entertainment show “Good Evening with Gai Pines” reported that Gadot will earn $300,000 per film.
Limiting the deal to three pictures makes sense for Warners, since the studio still doesn’t know how auds will react to Wonder Woman in the untitled Batman-Superman movie. Since its taken so long to find the right parts to make a Wonder Woman movie work, WB and DC don’t want to rush into a large commitment if fans are still not drawn to a standalone movie featuring the character.
The untitled Batman-Superman film was originally scheduled to open next year, but has been pushed back to May 6, 2016.
Superman and Wonder Woman Wedding Custom Portrait Comic Book Cover
This listing for an 11 x 14, 12 x 16, or 13 x 19 inch custom portrait of a couple as Superman and Wonder Woman on a personalized comic book cover, perfect for a unique wedding or anniversary gift for any couple with a sense of fun!
Superman/Wonder Woman #10 Review
"I hope this relationships never ends."
"It was a really fun issue."
What’s better than getting ready to kiss in the clouds? Getting ready to kiss… in space! Originally I was gonna use just the Apollo 8 Earthrise in the background, but I felt like they needed some sparkling stars. Wonder Woman and Superman staring into each other’s eyes is from Superman/Wonder Woman by Tony S. Daniel.
This one goes out to you SuperWonder Shippers!
Sales figures for comic books in June 2014 from The Comics Chronicles
Full chart with numbers. Apart from the Doomed crossover, as with SM/WW and Action Comics, a factor that should be considered for titles are the bombshell variants. Variant covers do push orders up, the more they put out eg Superman Unchained which had variant covers in double digits at one point…you will get very high order figures because of the ratio of standard to variant.
But from 47,803 in May Superman/Wonder Woman (which sold out btw way…still not sure for the final figures for that, Doomed #1 and Action #31) to 62,659. That’s very good. :)
You know, we see a lot of Superman/Wonder Woman detractors make noise about sales and blog inaccurate information (I’m being kind…we could call that something else) Just wanted to clear a few things up again.
Here is a look at the June 2014 comic sales chart. Note these are for the direct market ( ie pre-orders) and does not reflect digital sales, news stands, books stores, international markets, future re-orders etc. It is not the final number by any means but it is an indication of how the market trends for books ie in terms of demand.
Once again Superman/Wonder Woman is, as seen on the digital charts, a consistently good seller for DC. Superman/Wonder Woman as with Action Comics has gotten a boost with the Doomed crossover and Superman #32, the new creative team of Johns/Romita jr has debuted at #5. Wonder Woman seems to be holding steady as her story-line is in the final stages of a 35 issue run.
For a title some detractors claim no one wants, that does not sell well, etc it’s not doing badly, is it? Oh and Lois Lane wasn’t in this issue for the people making inaccurate claims she is why any Superman title sells. Doomed is why it and Action Comics took a leap. We’re not that naive here not to know crossovers boost sales. But generally Superman/Wonder Woman sells better than some DC and Marvel team books when it isn’t in a crossover. Note, chances are that the numbers for Doomed #1, Superman/Wonder Woman #8, Action Comics #32 from the last month would have taken an increase as those sold out. We need to see the full sales chart for June to know those re-order numbers.
But it is a great time to be a Superman/Wonder Woman fan and anyone wanting to try the book but hesitating because you’re not sure…check the reviews from the likes of proper comic sites that have a good reputation for reading and reviewing a wide variety of comics like IGN, Comicvine, Newsarama, Comicosity and CBR etc. You’ll see it is a solid book. People obviously buying it and liking it.
Q:Seeing some really absurd things on social media. I mean I get some don't like Superman/Wonder Woman but is it really necessary to lie about and insult the DC creators and the people buying the book? eg Saying you want to vomit anytime you see anything to do with the pairing, how weak and sexist and tasteless the fans are, attacking the female ones, and the creators are no real friend to women, lying about the content of the book and its sales etc. These people make me ashamed to be a comic fan.
We know. It’s one thing saying you dislike SM/WW as a pairing but the level of hate and vitriol is mind boggling. All we want to say is when you have people behaving like this, let’s all try not to be pulled down to their level. They’ve also been bullying others, particularly new and younger fans, trying to guilt them into not buying the books on the baseless grounds of sexism, destroying SM/WW merchandise, etc…it’s a little crazy and to think these are adults. But then one doesn’t really know that since social media doesn’t really allow us to see who many of these people are. It’s easy to hide in cyber space and screech at people. People who are fair mined will give the book a chance and decide for themselves. As we have seen time and time again and that is encouraging. And we think it best to stay away from these kinds of people. Social media is an open forum and invites interaction be it facebook or twitter, it is the point of medium. And the Superman/Wonder Woman tag unfortunately are frequented by some of the same people who can’t seem to stop talking about them. It’s like they are on this little crusade hoping the more they rant they will convince the world. Be sure to choose carefully the people who can discuss something with objectivity and who do not use lies and hate as part of their MO. Some seem to want to get into a shipping war and we are not here for that silliness.There are many comic fans who like other pairings who can have a sensible discussion and support your right to like something different to them. They don’t spend time trying to stop people from supporting comics. So don’t despair too much about comic fandom. Those on the net are the loud minority. The majority of comic fans have real lives and not much time to sit on the internet to complain 24/7 because they seem to have a sense of perspective and do what we do here, buy and enjoy their comics.