Gal Gadot’s latest movie release, Wonder Woman 1984, has been a hit at the box office this week. In light of its success, the Israeli actress decided to reminisce about her time on set by sharing a video on TikTok. In the video, she can be seen dancing to the classic Cyndi Lauper song, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, with her hair and makeup team. Gal looked absolutely fabulous in an 80s-inspired pink sweater dress and neon accessories, making her the epitome of 80s-chic. According to Gal, it was her ‘first time dancing’ on the famous video app.
Taking a break from work, Gal Gadot delighted her followers by sharing her debut TikTok dance video on Tuesday, giving them a glimpse of the fun she had on the set of Wonder Woman 1984.
Gal appeared to be thoroughly enjoying herself as she settled into her seat and was pampered by a team of three professionals, all of whom were wearing face shields to prevent the spread of COVID-19. To further ensure everyone’s safety, the actress’s dressing room was situated outside in the fresh air rather than in a cramped trailer. As Gadot lip-synced along, her hair and makeup crew got to work, but they couldn’t resist busting a move when the catchy chorus began to play. Even while seated, the superheroine threw her hands in the air and boogied along.
How cool is that! A 35-year-old Israeli actress looked like she came straight out of the 80s with her pink sweater dress and neon accessories. She was jamming to Cyndi Lauper’s classic hit Girls Just Wanna Have Fun while getting ready with her hair and makeup crew.
The group of professionals were all wearing face shields as they helped Gal get ready for her glamorous moment. Gal appeared to be having a great time while sitting down and enjoying the process. The precautions taken by the professionals indicate their concern for the spread of COVID-19.
Gadot was simply irresistible as she mouthing the words to the song while her hair and makeup crew were busy preparing her. The infectious chorus proved too hard to resist, prompting them to break into a dance.
Gal took to Instagram to share some fun behind-the-scenes snaps of her latest dance on Tiktok. She playfully poked fun at herself in the caption by admitting that it was her first time dancing on the platform. Gal also urged her followers to check out her new video. Considering the recent news that the film she starred in, directed by Patty Jenkins, broke pandemic box-office records by earning $16.7 million in North America, it’s safe to say that Gal is having a great time.
Gal shared a funny moment on Instagram, showcasing her quirky style through behind-the-scenes photos.
In a playful manner, she made fun of herself in the caption by saying that it was her first time dancing on Tiktok. She never thought that she would do it, but here she is now dancing on the platform. You should check it out! Although Wonder Woman 1984 earned less than the original film, it’s still considered a success by Warner Bros., given that only 35 percent of cinemas in the US are currently open. The studio has already announced that they will fast-track a third Wonder Woman film with Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins. While viewing figures for the streaming platform HBO Max have not been released, most ticket sales in the US were for private watch parties. Customers rented out screening rooms at cinema chains for approximately $100 each, according to Variety.
Wonder Woman 1984 has become the most successful theatrical release of the pandemic era, grossing $16.7 million at the North American box office over the Christmas weekend. With global earnings of $85 million, the superhero movie has overtaken all other pandemic-era releases. Its predecessor, Wonder Woman, set a record for the largest opening by a female filmmaker in 2017 and went on to earn $822 million worldwide. The sequel, which cost roughly $200 million to produce, was initially expected to earn nearly $1 billion at the box office, but is now projected to make around $180 million due to the pandemic, according to Variety.
Although the opening revenue generated by the 2020 Wonder Woman sequel is considerably less than that of the original 2017 film, it is still considered a success. Warner Bros. has officially announced that a third installment of the franchise is in the works, with both Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins returning.