Should the recently-delayed Batman vs. Superman movie prove to be a success, Israeli actress Gal Gadot is going to be very busy over the next decade.
Variety confirms the actress, set to play Wonder Woman in the flick, has signed a three-picture deal with Warner Bros.
That means she’ll likely star in a standalone Wonder Woman movie, as well as the long-gestating Justice League picture.
For her troubles, she’ll receive $300,000 per film.
These multi-picture deals are par for the course, and those follow-ups will only happen if Batman vs. Superman is a success.
And, not to bring the mood down, if Gadot doesn’t hit in the role, WB aren’t going to be too troubled by replacing her down the line.
Still, it’s good to hear that WB are somewhat close to putting a standalone Wonder Woman movie together.
In the meantime, Batman vs. Superman (which, we should remember, is just the unofficial title_ is set to hit cinemas in 2016.
Zack Snyder directs, with Henry Cavill playing Superman and Ben Affleck taking the part of Batman.