Wonder Woman sequel — something like $7 million to $9 million — but there's a caveat. And though it may be somewhat reductive to say it, it's still the truth: Men make more.

Everyone agrees that the deal reported Monday makes Jenkins the highest-paid female director in history. No one can say with certainty who No. 2 would would be — I've heard it's probably Kathryn Bigelow for Zero Dark Thirty — or give you much context for that statistic at all. 

It's just the most for a woman, OK? It is known.

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Patty Jenkins’ huge ‘Wonder Woman’ payday still lags behind men

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It is altogether fitting and proper to celebrate Patty Jenkins' huge payday for the Wonder Woman sequel — something like $7 million to $9 million — but there's a caveat. And though it may be somewhat reductive to say it, it's still the truth: Men make more.

Everyone agrees that the deal reported Monday makes Jenkins the highest-paid female director in history. No one can say with certainty who No. 2 would would be — I've heard it's probably Kathryn Bigelow for Zero Dark Thirty — or give you much context for that statistic at all. 

It's just the most for a woman, OK? It is known.

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