"Wonder Woman" has blasted through the global box office, now earning over $600 million worldwide. The film has now broken another record, this time as the biggest live-action box office hit helmed by a female director, Variety reported. The Patty Jenkins-directed film is now the third highest-grossing film in the United States this year with $289.2 million, right behind "Beauty and the Beast," which earned $503.5 million, and Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2," which earned $376.7 million.

Recently, there was a rumor that star Gal Gadot earned a measly $300,000 for "Wonder Woman," which is now clarified by CNNMoney.

The news outlet reports that as per a source, Gadot was paid "at least as much as Henry Cavill for their first pictures." Cavill reportedly earned $14 million for "Man of Steel." Now that "Wonder Woman" has set foot rather successfully on the big screen, a sequel has already been plotted with Patty Jenkins but no there is no official word on her directing it.

Meanwhile, Gadot is returning to her family of four as a millionaire. The mother of two, who did reshoots of both "Batman v Superman" and "Wonder Woman" while pregnant, is reportedly looking to add to her brood.

Gal Gadot wants a third child

According to Life & Style, a source close to "Wonder Woman" star Gal Gadot says that the family is looking to add to their brood just three months following the birth of her daughter.

The source claims, "Gal and Yaron [Versano] want a big family and are hoping for a boy." But things aren't going to be easy from now on, as Gadot is booked for "Justice League" and if all goes well, assumingly for the sequel to that film and of course, "Wonder Woman" as well.

The source said, "She’s got a major juggling act ahead of her in terms of timing a third pregnancy and filming more movies."

Actress enjoying motherhood despite busy schedule

Gal Gadot is a real life "Wonder Woman" as the mother of two and wife to businessman Yaron Varsano is on top of her game.

She recently shared on Instagram that her three-month-old daughter was suffering from colic, causing her and her husband some sleepless nights. Nonetheless, the 32-year old actress wrote, "Went to the garden to get some fresh air with my coffee to help me wake up and now watching The Cat In The Hat with my daughter. It always amazes me how the most simple things are the ones to make us the happiest."

"Wonder Woman" is now showing in theaters and is coming to the end of its run.