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.
Lana: “Do you trust him?”
Lana: “Fist Bump”
“SUPERMAN: DOOMED” continues with “ENEMY OF THE STATE” as Superman struggles against the Doomsday virus – but is he losing the fight? How much longer can he stay in control? And how far will he be pushed when he’s faced with a world against him and a shocking betrayal at the end of this issue?
Doomsday’s return bodes ill again, and in a much different way than ever before, in DC Comics’ multipart Superman: Doomed crossover. Written by Greg Pak, Charles Soule and Scott Lobdell, the tale begins in an oversized Doomed one-shot and then moves to Action Comics No. 31 and Superman/Wonder Woman issue 8 — all out Wednesday.
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Back in the day, superhero names came pretty easily with Superman, Batman, Captain America and their ilk. Not so for writer Jeff Lemire and the new heroine he introduces Wednesday in