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Jess / November 16th, 2017   Magazine Alert,Photoshoots,Scans

We have added the scans from GQ Magazine to the gallery…

Plus the video interview!


Jess / November 14th, 2017   Articles & Interviews,Magazine Alert,Scans

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


Jess / November 13th, 2017   Magazine Alert,Scans

The woman who kicked ass and changed superhero movies forever.

When real-life wonder woman Gal Gadot smashed up the big screen in this summer’s blockbuster hit Wonder Woman, we knew superhero movies would never be the same. Gadot, a former soldier in the Israeli army and the winner of the 2004 Miss Israel pageant, hit Hollywood as a fresh face for American audiences, so GQ writer Caity Weaver travelled to Tel Aviv to find out more about this real-life wonder of a woman. Between beach days, egg sandwiches, and a litany of Danishes, Gadot talks about breaking into Hollywood, life as one of the most famous people in Israel, and being a real-life badass, as Weaver discovers when she tries to get Gadot to show her some moves:

“This is what happens when you attempt to ambush Wonder Woman: The instant your hands fall upon her, she’s already holding them—your hands are her hands now. The next second is a blur,” she writes. “Your body goes earthward, and your arms get trapped by hers, forcing you to crumple over… You are at Wonder Woman’s mercy.”

Check back on Wednesday (November 15) for the full story including the definitive answer on how to pronounce her name—and to see all her photos from her photoshoot with Cass Bird.


Jess / November 7th, 2017   Magazine Alert,Scans

We have added scans from Germany’s Style Magazine December 2017 issue…


Jess / November 7th, 2017   Magazine Alert,Scans

We have added scans promoting Justice League from Blu Ray magazine…



This month, Wonder Woman finally gets her own movie, and our cover star (former pageant queen, ex-combat-trainer) is wielding the lasso of truth.

It’s a hectic lunchtime at the Chateau Marmont when Gal Gadot arrives, stopping briefly in the patio to embrace a friend before finding her seat. As she does, another loose acquaintance pops by to admire her Burberry ankle boots, then lingers. Gadot, 32, graciously accepts the compliment, smoothing her sweater over her Wolford black pants and leaning back with an exhale familiar to any woman who has ever been in her third trimester. (Her daughter Maya was born in March, joining 5-year-old sister Alma.)

Her hair is pulled into a tidy ponytail, eyes lined with black liquid. The look—sharp, cosmopolitan ease—is a refined contrast to the L.A. scene (where many adults still seem to compete over who can spend the most money to dress like a child). When the visitor at last departs the table, Gadot winces, embarrassed by the unsolicited attention.

“When I first came to Los Angeles, I couldn’t read people,” she says frankly. “I always felt there was a subtext.” It’s an opaqueness absent in her home country, where unfiltered boldness rules the day. “In Israel, people have chutzpah,” she asserts, raising a fist. “People take issue with it, but I’d rather have that than play games. Here, everyone’s like, ‘We love you; you’re so wonderful.’ I prefer to know the truth, not waste time.”

It is this directness that makes Gadot the best kind of girl’s girl, a woman with backbone and no taste for bullshit. You see it in her public appearances, where she is unfailingly quick to give shout-outs to female colleagues. You hear it from Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins, who calls Gadot one of the most genuine, solid women she’s ever met. You feel it when Gadot meets you in person for the first time and gives you a full body-contact hug—even though she is eight months pregnant, a stage where most women don’t want anything, let alone anyone, touching their body. A body that, pregnancy aside, has been the subject of much public scrutiny since Gadot’s casting as Wonder Woman.

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Jess / April 12th, 2017   Articles & Interviews,Magazine Alert,Scans,Video

Gal Gadot begins by gushing about her cinematic crush on “The Princess Bride” and Atreyu in “The NeverEnding Story” before telling the true story of how she went from the Israeli Army to Miss Universe beauty pageant to her superhero role in DC movies “Batman v Superman”, “Wonder Woman”, and “Justice League”.

At the age of 18, Gadot entered the Miss Israel beauty pageant and won. From there, the model competed for the title of Miss Universe but didn’t want to win. She purposely pretended she couldn’t speak English to judge Paula Abdul.

Gadot thought she was too serious to be an actress. Instead, she studied law and international relations, but when she started going to castings, she realized “acting is so much more fun”.

Finally, Gadot recounts the near-forgotten memory of her first kiss when she was 16 and the backlash over her being named Wonder Woman.


Jess / April 8th, 2017   Magazine Alert,Scans

We have added scans from the French May/Jun 2017 issue of Premiere Magazine to the gallery…


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