Warner Bros. has given Israeli actress Gal Gadot a three-picture deal that not only includes her previously announced turn as Wonder Woman in the 2016 Zack Snyder-helmed Batman/Superman film (see "Wonder Woman Cast for 'Batman/Superman'"), but also the opportunity to play the Amazon Princess in the yet-as-unannounced Justice League team-up movie as well as a solo Wonder Woman film (see "DC Has Huge Plans for Other DC Properties").
Variety reports that the actress is being $300,000 per film for the three movies.  The first of the trio of films to hit theaters will most likely be Batman/Superman, which is the only one that currently has a premiere date.  It was recently pushed back from June of 2015 to May 6, 2016 (see "Ouch! 'Superman/Batman' Film Bumped to 2016").

This agreement appears to give some indication of Warner Bros.’ current plans to exploit the DC Comics characters on the big screen.  At this point it appears that the long-rumored Justice League movie and a solo Wonder Woman film could be the follow-up films to Zack Snyder’s Batman/Superman team-up.