Two weeks ago, the internet erupted after it was revealed Gal Gadot only made $300,000 for her part in "Wonder Woman" — a film that has already earned over $652 million worldwide (and it's still in theaters.)

According to Vox, the controversy began when Lauren Duca, a writer at Teen Vogue, posted a now-viral tweet that expressed outrage over Gadot's comparatively low salary.

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Considering the movie's undeniable success, fans were shocked to see such a low number. 

Gadot, however, doesn't have a problem with her "Wonder Woman" paycheck.

Gadot told TMZ she was “grateful and happy” for her $300,000 "Wonder Woman" salary.

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TMZ videographer tracked down the actress while she was with out her husband, Yaron Versano, and asked her to comment on her salary.

"I'm grateful and happy," Gadot insisted.

When TMZ told her she should get a "bigger deal" for the sequel, Gadot cheekily responded she should hire the videographer to work as her lawyer for future negotiations.

"I think I should get you as my lawyer," she laughed.

It's worth noting that Gadot actually signed a contract in 2014 that gave her $300,000 for each DC movie she does.

She'll likely make a lot more for "Wonder Woman" when her sizable bonuses are taken into account. 

(This isn't uncommon — Chris Evans also initially earned the same amount of money as Gadot for his role in the first "Captain America" movie.)

Gadot's reps later confirmed to TMZ that they're planning a "major renegotiation" for her next movie.

Gal Gadot Wonder Woman Salary
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Leave it to Wonder Woman to break through that glass ceiling.