Gal Gadot’s announcement of the delay in the release of the Wonder Woman sequel may have saddened fans, but they can still rejoice as the actress was spotted filming scenes for the upcoming movie in central London. Despite the chilly weather, the 33-year-old star kept herself warm in a navy coat and beige scarf while shooting for Wonder Woman 1984.
The gorgeous Gal Gadot was spotted in London on Saturday, braving the chilly weather while filming for the upcoming superhero sequel, Wonder Woman 1984. Despite wearing neutral attire, the actress added a pop of colour to her outfit with a bright red circular handbag slung over her left shoulder. Her dark locks were styled in elegant ringlets, highlighting her stunning features and well-defined make-up. Between shooting scenes, three crew members could be seen touching up Gadot’s make-up. Although she had yet to transform into her iconic superhero character, Wonder Woman, Gadot still looked glamorous and stunning as always.
Gal was spotted without her iconic Wonder Woman costume, but she still looks superhuman. She will be reprising her role as the superhero in the upcoming sequel, where she will face off against villainess Cheetah. The cast will be traveling to London, Washington D.C., and the Canary Islands for the action-packed scenes. Fans may be disappointed to hear that the release date has been pushed back by seven months, but they can still anticipate seeing Gal in action on the big screen come June 5, 2020. Gal herself announced the change via Twitter.
In a picture, three crew members could be seen attending to the actress as they worked on her make-up between shooting scenes on the movie set. Gal Gadot recently took to Twitter to announce the good news that Wonder Woman will be back in its rightful home on June 5, 2020. This date coincides with the release of the first movie, which made a huge impact on the big screens in June last year. The original Wonder Woman movie earned big bucks in its opening weekend and went on to rake in $412.5 million domestically and $821.8 million worldwide in 2017. Gadot’s reference to the sequel’s ‘rightful home’ is not baseless given the success of the first movie.
The highly anticipated sequel to the blockbuster hit, Wonder Woman, features the return of Gal Gadot as the titular character, alongside Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Connie Nielsen as Diana’s mother Hippolyta and Robin Wright as her aunt Antiope. Adding to the star-studded cast are Kristen Wiig as DC Comics’ Barbara Minerva, also known as Cheetah, and Narcos’ Pedro Pascal in an undisclosed role. The film, titled Wonder Woman 1984, is currently in production with Patty Jenkins at the helm as director, working from a screenplay she co-wrote with Geoff Johns and Dave Callaham.
Gal Gadot has announced on Twitter that Wonder Woman 1984 will now be released on June 5, 2020. The actress had previously shared in an interview with Entertainment Tonight that her six-year-old daughter, Alma, has expressed interest in taking over her acting roles when she grows up. Although Alma has yet to watch any of her mother’s movies, Gal says she is proud and supportive of her daughter’s aspirations.
Gal returns to the big screen as Wonder Woman in an exciting sequel where she is pitted against her arch-nemesis, Cheetah. The story promises to be action-packed and thrilling.