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.
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.
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.
Leave it to Wonder Woman to break through that glass ceiling.