“Gal Gadot Takes a Break from Superhero Duties with a Bowling Session”

Did you know that Gal Gadot, the famous Wonder Woman actress, is not just a member of the Justice League, but also a potential bowling champion? Recently, the 32-year-old Israeli native shared her trip to the bowling alley on Instagram, where she attempted to score a turkey over the Thanksgiving weekend. With a sleeveless top and leggings, Gal pulled back her dark black hair into a ponytail as she aimed the ball down the lane. Check out the video below to see her in action!

Going for the gold: Gal Gadot, 32, shared a shot from a bowling outing on Saturday evening

Gal Gadot, the 32-year-old actress famous for her role as Wonder Woman, shared a picture on social media of her recent bowling outing on Saturday. The stunning 5ft10 actress captioned the photo simply with a bowling emoji and the word ‘Bowling.’ It has been a busy month for the actress, who has received major support from fans after indicating that she would not return to the Wonder Woman sequel if producer Brett Ratner, who has been accused of sexual harassment and assault by multiple women in the past month, was involved with the project through his company, RatPac-Dune Entertainment. An insider reported that Gadot is refusing to sign for the sequel unless Warner Bros. buys out Brett Ratner and completely removes him from the project. The actress understands that hurting people like Brett Ratner is most effective through their wallets.

Gorgeous gal: The Wonder Woman actress looked fit and fab on the recreational event

Stunning woman: The actress who played Wonder Woman was in great shape and looked amazing during the fun activity.

Focused: The Israeli stunner looked to have solid form as she launched the ball toward the pins

With a strong form, the attractive Israeli actress launched the ball towards the pins during a game. A source revealed that Gadot was fully aware of her influence over Warner Bros due to their inability to have a movie promoting women’s empowerment financed by a man accused of sexual misconduct against women. The talented actress further clarified her stance on the issue during an appearance on the Today Show, expressing her unwavering support for women who speak out against bullying and sexual harassment. She emphasized that her views on the matter are not hidden and have been made public.

A-list: Gadot is one of the biggest breakout stars of 2017 after her summer hit Wonder Woman racked up more than $821 million in box office receipts

Top-notch: Gadot has emerged as one of the most prominent rising stars this year as her blockbuster movie Wonder Woman earned over $821 million at the box office.

Raring to go: Gadot has also brandished a golden lasso in DC films such as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the current Justice League

Excited and ready to take on the world, Gadot has shown off her skills wielding the iconic golden lasso in DC movies like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the latest release, Justice League. However, the film’s producer, Ratner, was given the boot from Warner Bros. Studios on November 1st after six women, including actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, made allegations against him which were highlighted in a Los Angeles Times article. Despite this, Gadot has stated that his removal from the sequel was already decided before she became involved in the decision-making process.

Last hurrah? Brett Ratner was honored by the Jewish National Fund October 29 with an award Gadot was slated to present him with, before withdrawing due to scheduling conflicts

Did Brett Ratner have his final hurrah? The Jewish National Fund recognized him with an award on October 29 which was originally supposed to be presented by Gadot. Unfortunately, she had to withdraw from the event due to scheduling conflicts.

Scattering: Since a Los Angeles Times piece cited six women accusing the producer of sexual harassment and abuse, Warner Bros. has kicked him off the lot, and a whiskey manufacturer he was working with has discontinued his brand

Dissipation: After six women accused the producer of sexual harassment and abuse in a Los Angeles Times article, Warner Bros. removed him from their lot, and his collaboration with a whiskey company was terminated. Gal Gadot, who was supposed to give Ratner an award from the Jewish National Fund, declined due to scheduling conflicts before the article was published. She stated that many individuals involved in making the movie shared the same sentiments about the situation. Ratner’s lawyer, Marty Singer, denied all allegations made against him.

Scroll to Top