Gal Gadot had an embarrassing moment on Thursday evening when she showed up for dinner with a sweater that still had its price tag attached. The stunning 32-year-old actress was heading into Mr Chow, Beverly Hills, when she realized her mistake. She was joined by her Wonder Woman co-star Robin Wright and their director Patty Jenkins, making it a special reunion.
Did you hear? Gal Gadot experienced a fashion faux pas during a dinner outing recently, as she had forgotten to remove the price tag from her sweater. Thankfully, a chivalrous doorman saved the day by alerting her to the wardrobe malfunction. Despite the mishap, Gadot remained in good spirits and even laughed it off. The Israeli actress still looked stunning in her black and white plaid mini dress, which she paired with strappy flats and a vibrant red purse. She also added a new slim black cardigan to her ensemble. It seems that even Amazonian goddesses can make a fashion mistake every once in a while.
Uh-oh! As she was entering Mr Chow in Beverly Hills, the stunning 32-year-old realized that she had made a mistake. She had forgotten to remove the tag from her outfit and was now sporting it for everyone to see. She didn’t have any make-up on and her hair was styled in a ponytail, which didn’t help to hide the tag. It was also announced on the same day that her director for Wonder Woman, Jenkins, is currently in talks to not only direct the next installment of the highly successful franchise but also become the highest-paid female director in Hollywood. The movie, which was produced by Warner Bros Pictures and had a female-centric cast, opened with a whopping $103.2 million and went on to earn over $800 million globally, according to Deadline.
Incredible: Despite not having a label, the Israeli beauty was stunning in a black and white checkered mini dress. A source from the studio expressed optimism that they will strike a deal with Patty soon and have her return to direct another installment of the franchise. The highly anticipated Wonder Woman movie premiered in May and shattered records with the biggest domestic opening ever for a female director, Patty Jenkins. She also made history by being the first woman to direct a superhero film for an American studio.
On that very day, some exciting news surfaced about a dream team in the making. Apparently, Patty Jenkins, who directed Wonder Woman, was in talks to direct the sequel of the iconic franchise. But that’s not all – she was also on the verge of becoming the highest paid female director in Hollywood.