“Chic Gal Gadot rocks a stylish wrap dress on the set of Wonder Woman 1984 filming”

In an upcoming short-run series on Showtime, Gal Gadot will portray the iconic Hedy Lamarr. However, she took a break from that project to film for Wonder Woman 1984 on Tuesday evening. The 33-year-old Israeli actress looked effortlessly stylish in a beautiful white dress and tousled hair while filming scenes as Diana Prince.

Lights, camera, action! Gal Gadot, 33, cut an effortlessly elegant figure as she resumed filming for her Wonder Woman 1984 on Tuesday night

The cameras were rolling on Tuesday night as Gal Gadot, the 33-year-old Israeli actress, resumed her role in Wonder Woman 1984. She looked stunning in a wrap-style dress that complemented her statuesque figure, and her hair and make-up were on point. The film franchise is set in the eighties, and Gal’s glamorous look fit perfectly with the era. In addition to her role as Wonder Woman, she has also been given an exciting opportunity to play Hedy Lamarr in a short-run series on Showtime documenting the life of the classic Hollywood actress. Variety reports that Gal is close to signing a deal to play the Vienna-born starlet, who was once dubbed ‘the most beautiful woman in the world.’

Striking: The former Miss. Israel certainly looked the part for the latest instalment of the comic book film franchise, which is set in the eighties

Impressive: The ex-Miss Israel undoubtedly embodied the role perfectly for the latest episode of the comic book movie series, taking place in the 1980s.

Coming soon: Her sighting comes after news that she's expected to play late actress Hedy Lamarr in a short-run series on Showtime to chronicle the life and times of the actress, a mainstay in classic Hollywood

Icon: Lamarr was active in Hollywood from the 1930s until the 1950s, racking up her most memorable performances with 1949's Samson and Delilah, 1941's Come Live With Me and 1946's The Strange Woman

Upcoming: Recently, there has been news circulating that an actress will be portraying the late Hedy Lamarr in a limited series on Showtime that will chronicle her life and career as a prominent figure in classic Hollywood. Lamarr was active in the film industry from the 1930s until the 1950s, and some of her most memorable roles include Samson and Delilah (1949), Come Live With Me (1941), and The Strange Woman (1946). In addition to her acting achievements, Lamarr also made notable contributions as an inventor, including a device that helped the Allied Powers in World War II by disrupting radio-controlled torpedoes. A documentary about her life, produced by Susan Sarandon and titled Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story, aired on PBS in 2017. Lamarr herself once remarked, “People have the idea that I’m sort of a stupid thing. I was different, I guess. Maybe I came from a different planet, who knows? But whatever it is, inventions are easy for me to do.” She passed away at the age of 86 on January 19, 2000.

Classic beauty: Hedy was seen in this still from the 1949 film Samson and Delilah

Hedy Lamarr was a classic beauty as seen in a still from the 1949 film Samson and Delilah. The upcoming show, which features Gal Gadot, has a talented team behind the scenes including showrunner Sarah Treem, executive producers Jaron Varsano (Gadot’s husband), and Warren Littlefield, a veteran of the entertainment industry who worked on series such as Fargo and The Handmaid’s Tale. Gadot, originally from Petah Tikva, Israel, has become a rising star after her portrayal of Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and her successful solo movie Wonder Woman, which earned $820 million worldwide. She will also star in the highly-anticipated sequel, Wonder Woman 1984, set to release next year. Gadot is a mother of two daughters, Alma and Maya, with Varsano.

 A-list: Gal, a native of Petah Tikva, Israel, has seen her star rise significantly over the past few years

Gal, who hails from Petah Tikva in Israel, has become a prominent figure in recent years, climbing her way up the A-list.

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