One of the most surprising casting stories of last year was Warner Bros.' announcement in December that Israeli-born actress Gal Gadot will portray Wonder Woman in Batman Vs. Superman. During a recent interview on Israeli entertainment show Good Evening with Gai Pines, the actress revealed that her deal with Warner Bros. spans three movies.
Multi-picture deals like this are rather common these days. Aside from Batman Vs. Superman, she will also likely appear in Justice League, since it's been widely rumored that several characters from the DC Comics will pop up at the end of Batman Vs. Superman that leads directly into Justice League. As for the third film, it could be the stand-alone Wonder Woman movie that Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara teased back in October, or a Justice League sequel.
The actress also confirmed that she begins production on Batman Vs. Superman in May, and revealed that she is getting paid $300,000 for her first appearance as Wonder Woman. We reported earlier this month that Warner Bros. pushed this highly-anticipated superhero sequel from July 17, 2015 to May 6, 2016, to allow the filmmakers more time to execute their vision.