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admin / January 26th, 2020   Articles & Interviews,New Photos,Photoshoot


Gal Gadot tries to model sustainable behavior for her two daughters — and that includes skipping private flights

Gadot prioritizes sustainability over comfort when it comes to doing press for her movies.

The Wonder Woman 1984 actress, who recently became the new face of Smartwater, tries to stay environmentally conscious when she has to fly around the world promoting her hit movies. It’s part of how she tries to model a better and healthier life for her daughters Alma, 8, and Maya, 2.

I think that being a role model and actually doing the things and showing them how it should be done is a big thing, because then it’s being incorporated into their life,” she tells PEOPLE in the latest issue, on stands now. “So we make sure we recycle and make sure not to use plastic bags, not to travel with [private] jets when we’re doing press for movies, we make sure to give back as much as we can back to the world that we’re living in.

Gadot, 34, says it’s all part of her constant struggle to bring good habits into her home with husband Yaron Varsano, 45, while she balances work and motherhood.

I always try to find balance in my life and I think that being a mother and a working woman and traveling the world — it’s a struggle,” she says.

admin / January 26th, 2020   Articles & Interviews,Gal Gadot


Gal Gadot sits on a pristine white couch in a Manhattan hotel suite, ready to greet an endless line of journalists. Despite the below-zero temperature outside, Gadot looks ready for summer in a sleeveless jumpsuit in a brilliant shade of blue.

Last week, Coca-Cola announced that the 34-year-old actress would serve as the new face of Smartwater. The move marks the end of an era, with Gadot replacing long-standing brand ambassador Jennifer Aniston after nearly 12 years.

It’s a big investment for the brand, but if there’s anyone who can deliver results, it’s Wonder Woman.

“Gal elevates the meaning of strength, beauty and balance on and off screen by bringing to life the smart, modern and innovative ethos of the brand,” Celina Li, VP, Water, Coca-Cola North America said in a press release.

Less than 24 hours after the announcement, I arrived in New York via Toronto for a Yahoo Canada exclusive, scoring the only international interview with Gadot. Waiting in the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel, I bide my time by preparing for our meeting. Smooth jazz plays softly in the background as obedient staff trail guests spouting off a list of demands while carrying handbags that cost more than my mortgage.

I’m ushered by whispering staff down a long hallway in a hotel suite, not unlike that foreboding scene in “Goodfellas.”

“She’s right down there,” a woman says softly. “Yes, just keep going, she’s right down there.”

Instead of meeting an untimely fate à la Lorraine Bracco, I’m welcomed by Gadot and invited to sit down for what will be her last interview of the day.

At 5’10”, Gadot towers over the rest of the women in the room. The former beauty queen and Israeli soldier possesses a disarming beauty and confidence, with a warmth that somehow removes any feelings of intimidation one may have in her presence.

Gadot speaks slowly and articulately, deliberately choosing her words with her trademark euphonious accent. Aside from discussing her latest partnership, I learn very quickly that Gadot is not your typical Hollywood actress yearning for the spotlight—she’s a woman determined to alter the landscape of women in film.

admin / January 26th, 2020   Articles & Interviews,Movies,Wonder Woman 1984


Gal Gadot plays a superhero on the big screen, but behind the scenes the actor and mother of two has a host of rituals to get ready for that kind of role, as well a routine to take care of her mind and body on a daily basis.

This spring, fans can catch Gadot in “Wonder Woman 1984,” the sequel to the 2017 hit film that garnered box office and critical success. You’ll also start seeing a lot more of Gadot, even before the movie lands in theaters on June 5, as she officially became the new marketing face of Coca-Cola’s bottled water brand Smartwater this week.

HuffPost met Gadot to chat about her wellness routine, “Wonder Woman 1984” and the importance of female directors.

There are so many things that you could do for wellness. What’s your personal holistic approach to wellness? 

Do you have enough time?

Yeah, exactly, I hear you!

I think that staying hydrated is a big thing. And especially for me when I travel all the time, this is something that always makes me feel energized and good. Now, as a philosophy of life that I have is, we live in such a modern, hectic, busy, pressured lives; and something that is really big for me is balance and finding the balance in everything that we do and finding ways to really charge ourselves both physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally.

When it comes to my body, I make sure I drink water. I make sure I work out. I make sure whatever I consume as much as I can is healthy and good for me. I try to meditate as much as I can and this is something that I try to teach my little girls how to do. And then, it’s just finding balance between being a mother who works … It’s like an endless struggle of trying, between the children’s schedules to your schedule, to your husband’s schedule to life. I really, really try to make time for family, make time for myself and really be mindful of that ― of balancing all the different aspects of life. And it is a constant thing ’cause it always changes … And also understanding that as long as we’re doing our best, that’s all we can do … and let go, when it’s time.

I’m curious, have you connected with Jennifer Aniston, who previously teamed with Smartwater? 

My God, I wish. I love Jennifer Aniston. She’s one of my favorite actresses, and I adore her and admire her work. And I’m very happy to be partnering with Smartwater just like she did.

I get that. You mentioned your daughters earlier. What do you want to instill in them just beyond wellness? 

I want them to be kind. I want them to be good to themselves. I want them to feel like they have limitless opportunities and that they should celebrate who they are. And also, I feel like we’re being sucked into a very, very demanding world; so again, find the balances. Do what’s good for you, and I hope they will.

I mean, that’s all you can do, right?

Yeah, exactly. Hope.

We’re talking about wellness and staying healthy. What do you do to prepare for a role like Wonder Woman?

It’s months of training and being on a special diet. And of course, at all times drinking lots of water, because especially when you’re training it’s a must for the muscles as well. We do a lot of gym strengthening work and a lot of stunt and choreography workouts. And I incorporated some Pilates into the last movie because I was like, “I need to do something that is good for me and not just compress the body,” so we do Pilates as well. And yeah, it’s very intensive. But I must say that after a couple of months of being very exhausted doing it every day, you really get into it and you’ll be amazed by what your body can do.

Because you do a lot of your own stunts, right?

Yeah, and I have two stunt girls who I love and are amazing and they should have their credits as well, but I do most of it. On this movie, we made sure that unlike many superhero films when you do it mostly green screen, we made sure to shoot as much as we can for real and on location. And it’s been very complicated and very lengthy and demanding, but it was so worth it.

“Wonder Woman” comes out later this year. If you had to tease what people can expect, what would you say without saying too much, of course?

Well, it’s a whole new journey of Wonder Woman on this film. And I hope and think that it’s going to have a profound effect on people because the movie is very universal. And other than the fact that it is packed with action and love story and new villains and the story is so great, I think there’s an under-layer that’s going to speak to each and every one of us.

“Wonder Woman” was directed by a woman, starring a woman. But here we are a couple of years later in the midst of awards season and no women were nominated in the director category at the Golden Globes, for instance. As owner of your own production company, what do you think about that? 

I think everyone is talking about women empowerment and feminism; and obviously, granted by just the plain facts that you just mentioned, we’re not there yet. There’s still a long way to go. I think there are some fabulous, super talented female filmmakers that deserve to be recognized. And I can only hope, and do the work on my end as far as I can with my production companies and as a producer on “Wonder Woman” and other films and TV shows, that it’ll change. We’re just at the beginning of a trend.

This interview was edited and condensed for clarity.

admin / October 22nd, 2018   Articles & Interviews,Movies,Wonder Woman 1984

The Hollywood Reporter 

The next Wonder Woman movie has relocated to a new date.

Wonder Woman 1984 will now open June 5, 2020, the same corridor in which the first movie debuted in 2017. The sequel previously was set to open Nov. 1, 2019. Star Gal Gadot tweeted the news Monday.

We had tremendous success releasing the first Wonder Woman film during the summer, so when we saw an opportunity to take advantage of the changing competitive landscape, we did,” Warners president of domestic distribution Jeff Goldstein said in a statement moments after Gadot tweeted. “This move lands the film exactly where it belongs.

The sequel reunites Gadot with Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins and co-star Chris Pine, with Pedro Pascal and Kristen Wiig joining the franchise in the follow-up. Wonder Woman, groundbreaking in featuring a female superhero, grossed more than $412 million in North America and $821.8 million globally.

In a twinned move, Warner Bros. also announced that it is taking Six Billion Dollar Man off its release calendar for now. The pic had been set to open on the date now occupied by Wonder Woman 1984. Mark Wahlberg is attached to star in the long-awaited film adaptation of the classic TV show, although Warners — which picked up the project from the now-defunct Weinstein Co. — has yet to announce a director.

Relocating Wonder Woman 1984 means that it won’t open mere weeks after Warners launches Todd Phillips’ supervillain pic Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix, on Oct. 4, 2019.

In its new date, Jenkins’ sequel will go up against Universal’s action-thriller Red Notice, starring Dwayne Johnson and opening a week later on June 12, 2020. Disney also has an untitled Pixar animation title set for June 5, 2020.

The ‘Wonder Woman’ star is in negotiations for Fox’s follow-up to ‘Murder on the Orient Express.’

Gal Gadot has snagged a ticket for a murderous Nile cruise.

The Wonder Woman actress is in negotiations to star in Death on the Nile, Fox’s follow up to surprise hit Murder on the Orient Express.

Kenneth Branagh, who directed the adaptation of the Agatha Christie whodunit classic, is returning as director and is expected to reprise his role as master detective Hercule Poirot.

Death on the Nile, first published in 1937, saw the detective on a vacation in Egypt and becoming involved in a love triangle gone murderously bad. The novel, like Orient Express, once again featured socialites, social climbers and high society’s help in the cast of suspects.

If a deal makes (and source says the talks are in a sensitive stage), Gadot would play socialite Linnet Doyle, recently married to the former fiance of a past friend.

Lois Chiles, who played Bond girl Holly Goodhead in Moonraker, played the part in the 1978 movie.

Gadot is currently shooting Wonder Woman 1984.

  – The Hollywood Reporter 

admin / November 19th, 2017   Articles & Interviews,Video

Gal Gadot was interview On Today Show again this morning…

admin / November 17th, 2017   Articles & Interviews,Screencaps,Site,Video

Gal Gadot, who reprises her role as Wonder Woman in the new “Justice League” movie, sat down with TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie. She reveals she started shooting the new film the day after “Wonder Woman” wrapped, and that she was pregnant during much of the shooting. We have also added x240 screencaps and candids from her visit to TODAY.

admin / November 14th, 2017   Articles & Interviews,Magazine & Scans,Scans

We have added scans from ELLE and DOT magazine plus a photoshoot still for USA Today…