Before her starring role as "Wonder Woman," actress Gal Gadot was famous in her home country of Israel where she represented the Mediterranean country at the 2004 Miss Universe pageant. Since then, she dropped out of law school, auditioned to be a Bond Girl and had small parts in many films. She eventually gained attention for her role in the "Fast and the Furious" franchise and now, of course, as Wonder Woman in the DC comics blockbuster. The mother of two splits her time between Tel Aviv and Los Angeles.
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Called '#impact,' it's the latest project from the new production company launched by Gadot and her husband.
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The 'Wonder Woman' actress has worked on several projects in the 'Hollywood of the South.'
An actor mostly known for his work on HBO and Netflix is joining Gal Gadot on the big screen.
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The follow-up to the blockbuster hit starring Israeli actress Gal Gadot will now be released in summer 2020, the star said.
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The game show recently featured an entire category about the 'Wonder Woman' actress.
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The new villain of the 'Wonder Woman' sequel just got a modern reimagining in the comics.
Spy shots of the sequel's film set in downtown Washington, D.C. hint at the reveal of an iconic vehicle from the comics.
There may be more to his beloved character's role in 'Wonder Woman 1984' than we first believed.