Gal Gadot made just $300K for ‘Wonder Woman’ 

  • According to a report from Variety, Gal Gadot signed a three-picture deal with Warner Brothers in 2014 to play Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman, Wonder Woman and Justice League.
  • As part of the deal, the actress agreed to a salary of $300,000 for each.
  • According to ForbesHenry Cavill made $14 million for his debut as Superman in Man of Steel, but Vanity Fair reported that Cavill’s $14 million payday includes bonuses for box office performance and isn’t likely for just one film.
  • Wonder Woman has raked in some $570 million worldwide.
  • The Daily Dot pointed out that Gadot’s seemingly paltry sum isn’t the only instance of a superhero making less than expected. 
  • The outlet reported that Chris Evans earned the same amount for Captain America, while Walt Disney Studios paid some Avengers stars $500,000. 
  • An unnamed source “with knowledge of studio negotiations on franchise films” told Vanity Fair on Tuesday that tides could soon be turning in Gadot’s favor.
  • “Entry-level actors in franchise films are paid an initial rate,” the source said. “As a franchise takes off, they stand to make more money.”
  • The source added that if Gadot’s contract was at all similar to Cavill’s, the actress can expect to be paid “at least as much as he was." Read more (6/20/17 2 PM )

This post was updated at 3:08 PM 6/20/17 to include more information about Cavill’s salary and Gadot’s potential to make more.


Criminologist here, strap in. Spread this message.

So prisoners under the 13th amendment are able to be considered slaves and/or servants. They are excluded as people and are such seen as property of the state. The exclusionary clause of the 13th amendment removes them from the 14th amendment’s equal protections, somewhat. The 3/5ths compromise is still on the books, but is simply never used. 

Thus private prisons have not been paying taxes on their slaves. All that property being leased from the US government, that privatized prisons haven’t payed for.

Now prisoners are still given some protections. Such as they are still considered citizens and still protected via the 8th amendment. This follows the further-protections clause. Minimum wage laws apply to all working US Citizens. If a prisoner is a citizen, they should be getting paid for their work or equally compensated. Many work for 10-13¢ an hour. 

There is no further compensation. One could argue they need to cover their own room and board, but they are property on lease from the federal government. It is simply maintenance. Prisoners who have or do work have had their funds stolen from them. Often times these people are not well off monetarily in life and as a system the prisons ILLEGALLY steal due to the clause of the 13th amendment.

Essentially the 13th amendment is used to justify slave wages when in fact it nullifies taxation (as one cannot tax property itself) on wages and privatized prisons have ignored a loophole leading to massive tax fraud.

 I’m just a kid from Philly who realized some stuff. But please, read this over. Disperse it if you can.


Watch Jason Chaffetz React As He’s Accused Of ‘Beating Up On A Woman’ Over Her Pay

WASHINGTON – Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) laid into Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) on Tuesday for grilling Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards over her salary – something she suggested he wouldn’t have done had Richards been a man.

Don’t mess with Carolyn Maloney.