During her Los Angeles interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Wonder Woman Gal Gadot reveals the biggest perk of her landing the iconic role with Marvel. Her daughter Alma is fully on board and super proud to tell people that Wonder Woman is her mommy.
Gal Gadot continued to stun in her simple white dress during her laid back interview with Jimmy Kimmel. "We go to the park and you know kids, they try to make friends so you meet the parents and she goes 'my mom is Wonder Woman,'" she narrates when asked about her daughter. "And then the parents will look at me strangely, not recognizing me, and I go 'You know, every mother is a Wonder Woman.'"
She personally considered Wonder Woman as a dream role. Gal Gadot recalled that during her first time wearing the costume, she was extremely excited. The first costume fitting was not comfortable but they eventually worked out the issues in time for her 2017 solo "Wonder Woman" film which involves a lot of movement.
A stunning vision, the Israeli actress and 31-year-old mom is a photographer’s favorite. Gal Gadot gracefully walked the streets of Los Angeles like a runway model with a height of 5’10” while on her way to her interview with Jimmy Kimmel at El Capitan Theater. She had the interview to promote her film “Keeping Up With the Joneses.”
As former Miss Israel, Gal Gadot’s career has taken off tremendously after her iconic casting as Wonder Woman for Marvel films. But even before this, she also had a role in “Fast and Furious 7.” She first made her debut as Wonder Woman in the film “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Her latest film, “Keeping Up With the Joneses,” explores her versatility in comedy.
Aside from unleashing her slant for comedy, the latest movie project also had Gal Gadot exploring an added dimension in her ability to take on roles. She had the chance to kiss fellow actress Isla Fisher for the movie and was completely comfortable in doing so. She admitted to Jimmy Kimmel that this kissing scene was one of the reasons she took the role.
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