“Lynda Carter Approves: Wonder Woman Icon Shares Her Thoughts on Gal Gadot’s Portrayal in Batman v Superman”

Lynda Carter, who portrayed Wonder Woman on television from 1975 to 1979, recently shared her thoughts on Gal Gadot’s version of the iconic character. Gadot first appeared as Wonder Woman in “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice” and is set to star in her own standalone film in 2017. Carter, now 64 years old and a lounge singer, praised the new incarnation of the superhero, describing it as “cool” and “adding to the charm and the legend.”

Everyone's favorite: Lynda Carter, who played Wonder Woman on TV in the 1970s, weighed in on the new movie Wonder Woman

Lynda Carter, the beloved actress who portrayed Wonder Woman on television during the 1970s, expressed her thoughts on the recently released film adaptation of the iconic superhero.

A different look: Gal Gadot plays the super heroine in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice

In Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, Gal Gadot portrays the iconic superheroine Wonder Woman, offering a fresh take on the legendary character. Gadot expressed her enthusiasm for the role, stating that she hopes to see the character continue to thrive. While Gadot’s standalone film includes Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen, original Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter is not involved. However, Carter shared that she has always been fond of the super heroine character and is excited to see her continued success.

A trio to behold: Gadot joins Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman

Get ready to witness a powerful trio as Gal Gadot is set to join forces with Ben Affleck who will take on the role of Batman and Henry Cavill playing Superman. This trio is definitely one to keep an eye out for!

A knockout: Gal at the London premiere of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice at Odeon Leicester Square on March 22

At the London premiere of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, a stunningly beautiful woman caught everyone’s attention. According to her mother, she was someone who was easy to approach and people either wished to be like her or become her close friend. Even after her passing, her spirit lives on through all those who knew her. Playing the role of Wonder Woman was an unforgettable experience for her, especially because of how well fans responded to her character. What she loved most about it was the affection that people showed towards her. She cherished hearing stories from fans about their own experiences with the character and how it brought people together.

She likes the new lady: 'I think it's time. It's cool, it's very cool. It just adds to the charm and the legend,' said the actress turned lounge singer; here she is seen in 1975

The actress who is now a lounge singer expressed her admiration for the new lady, saying “I believe it’s the perfect time and it’s really cool. The addition enhances the charm and legend.” This was said in reference to a new person or thing that has been introduced. A picture of her from 1975 accompanies the statement.

She still admires WW: 'She was accessible. People either wanted to be her, or be her best friend. She lives in us. There's a part of her that is the secret self, the unrecognized self that we all have,' said Carter

According to Carter, she still has a great admiration for the character of Wonder Woman, as she was someone who was relatable and had a unique appeal to both those who wanted to be her and those who desired to be her friend. She believes that there is a part of Wonder Woman that resides in everyone, which is the undiscovered and concealed aspect that we all have. However, despite her love for the character, when the show first hit the screens, she was warned that many women may develop envy towards her due to her sex appeal and action-packed scenes. Nevertheless, Carter was determined to portray Wonder Woman as a figure whom women could look up to, aspire to emulate and cherish as a friend. Her dedication to the role is evident from the fact that she owns not one but two of Wonder Woman’s costumes, which she plans to preserve better in the future. Additionally, Carter firmly denies that wearing the costume caused her any physical discomfort.

A new life: Carter now tours as a lounge singer; here she is seen at the 38th Annual Kennedy Center Honors Gala at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in 2015

Carter has switched to a new career in singing and has been touring every year. She reflected on her past as a model, saying that it was a comfortable experience for her as she was tiny and the clothes were not made for normal-sized people like herself who stand at 5-foot-10-inches. However, she acknowledged that it was a long time ago and after having two children, she is no longer of teeny-tiny-teeny-tiny size. Carter currently resides in Washington, D.C. with her husband Robert Altman, a businessman whom she has been married to for 32 years.

Her mini me: The TV icon with her daughter Jessica - who is in law school - in LA in November

Lynda Carter, the iconic TV star, was recently spotted with her daughter Jessica, who is studying law in LA. She has upcoming performances at three different venues: the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater in D.C. on April 2, the Franklin Theatre in Nashville on April 9, and the Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City on April 22 and 23. While she prefers to sing classic hits, she also enjoys reimagining covers by artists such as Jason Mraz, The Black Keys, Billie Holiday, and Patsy Cline, with the lyrics inspiring her to tell a story. Although she will not be appearing in any Wonder Woman movies, there is a possibility of seeing her on TV’s Supergirl.

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