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admin / March 27th, 2016   Wonder Woman

Gal Gadot is losing her voice. “I sound like a frog, I’m sorry,” she croaks. Her strained vocals are perhaps not surprising, considering her recent schedule. Between shooting the Wonder Woman film in London and hopping between Los Angeles (for meetings) and Tel Aviv (her home town), she is drawing to the end of a mammoth world press tour for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Gadot makes her Diana Prince/Wonder Woman debut in the film, appearing in just a handful of scenes.

The film has had mixed reviews. Gadot has not. The Guardian hailed her as the “best thing in the movie”; Forbes said that “we only get enough Wonder Woman to leave us wanting more”; and the entertainment website The Wrap said it was she alone who “injects some real vitality into the sludgy, superhero sameness”. The praise, in part, is because Wonder Woman is not objectified or in need of saving. There are no love scenes and, while she might appear seductive opposite Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne/Batman, she trumps him at every opportunity, kicking the bad guys into touch with assistance from her signature lasso.

She’s now a few months into shooting Wonder Woman, the original story of how Princess Diana Prince became the titular warrior goddess. The internet was buzzing about the film when an official picture was released showing House of Cards’ Robin Wright in full military garb as Diana’s warrior aunt. Director Patty Jenkins excitedly tweeted that “lots of great, diverse characters” were to come. It will be the first time a female superhero has ever been given her own standalone film.

Gadot will go on to repeat her role in the next two DC Comics epic instalments: parts one and two of The Justice League. It was being a role model that made Gadot, who will be 31 next month, so thrilled to play the part, despite its six-year commitment. “I loved the idea of portraying this strong woman. She’s all about love, equality, truth, compassion and justice – but she has an edge,” says Gadot. “It’s important to me that men, women, boys and girls can relate to her, especially my own daughter. I want her to see that women can be superheroes too. I want her to believe that everything is possible,” said Gadot of four-year-old Alma, whose father is Gadot’s husband, Israeli property developer Yaron Varsano.

Batman v Superman’s director, Zack Snyder, cast Gadot in 2013, since when she’s risen from relative obscurity to the brink of global celebrity. Between 2009 and 2015 she played the motorcycling badass Gisele in four of the Fast and Furious films, her first Hollywood job, in which she performed several of her own stunts. Before going into acting, she was a model – at 18 she won the Miss Israel contest – and served two years before that as a combat trainer in the Israeli Defence Force. How many Hollywood actresses have earned both a military badge and a tiara?

Read More: Guardian

admin / March 24th, 2016   Magazine & Scans,Scans

Themyscira is a hidden island where Amazon women of Greek myth have thrived for centuries, living in harmony and free to self-govern away from the gaze of man. It’s also, of course, the birthplace of Wonder Woman, who after years of false starts, is finally a movie star. With a much heralded introduction in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) is now a cornerstone in Warner Bros.’ DC Comics multiverse, with a crucial role in the first Justice League movie (out November 2017), and the center of her own long-awaited film, which will hit screens next June.

Directed by Patty Jenkins (Monster), Wonder Woman will be an origin story illustrating the transformation of a young Princess Diana into the greatest female warrior of all time.

She will need some help getting there, though. Preparing her for a world of men are three regal women: Diana’s mother, Queen Hippolyta (Gladiator’s Connie Nielsen), and her two military aunts – General Antiope (Robin Wright) and Antiope’s lieutenant, Menalippe (Force Majeure’s Lisa Loven Kongsli). This trio of immortals is responsible for both raising and training Diana — the only child on this estrogen heavy isle — but they don’t always agree. Hippolyta, a revolutionary leader, longs to shelter her beloved daughter from the outside world, but Antiope, the Amazon responsible for Diana’s training, wants to prepare her. “She is the only child they raised together,” says Jenkins, calling from outside London, where she is deep into the film’s production. “And their love for her manifests in a different way for each of them.”

To create Themyscira, Jenkins and her team used exotic islands off the coasts of Italy and southern China to enhance the otherworldliness of scenes filmed on Italy’s Amalfi coast. Still, designing a fantastical place proved challenging. Every decision about it, she says, came back to a central question: “How would I want to live that’s badass?”

Adds producer Charles Roven, “Themyscira is influenced by the Greek but it’s clearly more then that,” he says. “It’s a place that has the ‘you’ve never been to’ kind of feel. But once you’re there you’re not so sure you really want to leave so fast.”  ​

That uniqueness extended to how the Amazons look, too. “To me, they shouldn’t be dressed in armor like men,” Jenkins says of the women’s battle wear. “It should be different. It should be authentic and real – and appealing to women.” Jenkins and her costume designer, Lindy Hemming (The Dark Knight), crafted a look that showed off the women’s ripped shoulders and toned legs, in outfits that looked practical but that still featured the tropes of the comic book, in particular the braces on their wrists and, yes, even the high heels.

Jenkins defends the impractical footwear. “It’s total wish-fulfillment,” she says, adding that the warriors have flats for heavy fighting. “I, as a woman, want Wonder Woman to be hot as hell, fight badass, and look great at the same time – the same way men want Superman to have huge pecs and an impractically big body. That makes them feel like the hero they want to be. And my hero, in my head, has really long legs.”

Wonder Woman is slated to debut on June 23, 2017. 

admin / March 23rd, 2016   Batman Superman

We have added x85 photos of Gal as she walked the red carpet last night at the London premiere of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. You can watch an arrivals vid, here also watch the full length press conference, here.

admin / March 22nd, 2016   Batman Superman

TONIGHT, London’s Leicester Square is host to the European Premiere of BATMAN v SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE. In attendance will be stars Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, Gal Gadot, Jesse Eisenberg and Holly Hunter, as well as director Zack Snyder and producers Deborah Snyder and Charles Roven.

To celebrate, there will be an embeddable live stream available, beginning at 6:15pm with an introduction from the red carpet.

admin / March 22nd, 2016   Articles & Interviews

We have added x28 HQ candids of Gal spotted in Midtown Manhattan on March 20th 2016 …

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admin / March 22nd, 2016   Batman Superman

We have added some new photos of Gal as Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman, one on set, some promo photos and a movie still …

admin / March 22nd, 2016   Articles & Interviews,Batman Superman

Gal Gadot discusses putting on the Wonder Woman costume for the first time during this Batman v Superman interview with E! News …

admin / March 22nd, 2016   Photoshoots,Public Appearences

We have added x57 photos of Gal at the Batman v Superman Mexico Premiere & Photocall last week …