Even if you haven't seen Wonder Woman yet (and what are you waiting for?!), it's been impossible to avoid the buzz surrounding the movie.
And, if all ~that~ wasn't enough, Forbes reported on Friday that the movie had earned over $500 million worldwide, making Patty Jenkins the fourth-ever female director to pass that mark.
On Tuesday, a tweet that claimed Henry Cavill was paid $14 million for Man of Steel, compared to Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot's rumored $300,000, went viral.
But those numbers, it turns out, aren't accurate. A source familiar with the situation told BuzzFeed News that Gadot was paid "at least" as much for Wonder Woman as Cavill was paid for Man of Steel.
Though neither salary has been confirmed by Cavill, Gadot, or Warner Bros., a source familiar with star salaries for studio franchise movies was certain Cavill did not make anywhere close to $14 million as his base pay for Man of Steel.
It's worth noting that Gadot's rumored $300,000 figure matches what Deadline says Chris Evans was paid for Captain America — although, according to The Telegraph, that went up to about $2 million for The Avengers.
And it's safe to assume Gadot will be bringing in more money since Wonder Woman smashed it at the box office.
Plus, she'll hopefully be able to negotiate a higher salary for her (unconfirmed, but let's keep our fingers crossed) next movie as the most badass superhero in the universe. 💪🏻
BuzzFeed News has reached out to representatives for Gal Gadot and Warner Bros. for comment and confirmation.
This post and its headline have been updated to make clear that BuzzFeed News repeated an earlier, false report, and to reflect additional reporting from source familiar with the situation that Gadot was paid "at least" as much for Wonder Woman as Cavill was paid for Man of Steel.