Patty Jenkins is Co-Writing 'Wonder Woman 2' With Geoff Johns

Patty Jenkins is Co-Writing 'Wonder Woman 2' With Geoff Johns

While the world is gushing over the Jordanian beauty Gal Gadot, Yami Gautam expressed her love for Wonder Woman by flaunting her shoes as she turned up for the film.

Wonder Woman has been a box office success worldwide, scoring £16m in the first three weeks of screening in the UK.

As for what that "cool idea" for the new movie might be, Jenkins herself commented on that about a month ago, saying she wants to take Diana (Gal Gadot) to America and "bring her a little farther along into the future and have a fun, exciting storyline that is its own thing". Elle launched the furor with a Monday article titled "Superman Got Paid More Than Wonder Woman", reporting that actor Henry Cavill earned $14 million for his turn as Superman in 2013's Man of Steel, meaning that Gadot earned almost a whopping 47 times less.

Moreover, fellow Warner Bros/DC superhero actor Henry Cavill earned $14 million for Man of Steel, according to Forbes.

Meanwhile, Gadot's $300,000 is just the base pay for each DC film she's made up until this point, which means she's going to end up making a lot more than $300,000 on Wonder Woman once the bonus checks start coming in.

There is little doubt that the film wouldn't have achieved such instantaneous blockbuster status without Gadot's on-camera charisma, and she's as celebrated overseas as she is at home - where she is touted as one of Israel's best exports. If so, it would be a much-deserved milestone for the breakout star. When he made the first Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. didn't sign the same kind of Marvel deal that later Avengers would have to mull, and he's been amply rewarded every time he goes back to the negotiation table. Given that she has an initial three-film deal, she'll also be in a very strong position to renegotiate for the inevitable Wonder Woman and Justice League sequels.

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Hollywood actresses have always been outspoken about the industry's gender pay gap, speaking out about being offered less than their male colleagues.

It wouldn't be unusual, either, for Gadot to be paid more given Wonder Woman's huge popularity.

Outside of the success for DC films, Wonder Woman is a massive success for women - both behind, in front of, and watching the screen.

Wonder Woman is now in theaters. According to Toby Emmerich, president and chief content officer of Warner Bros., the sequel will take place in the past, "somewhere between 1917 and 2017".

"Wonder Woman" pulled in an estimated $57.2 million in North American theaters during its opening weekend alone, out beating Tom Cruise's "The Mummy", which only earned $32.2 million in ticket sales.