Will Practice Make Perfect For Gal Gadot?
New Wonder Woman Gal Gadot found something to do in 2015. Find out how the Israeli beauty is keeping busy now that Zack Snyder's Batman VS. Superman themed Man Of Steel sequel has been delayed after the jump.
The production delays of the still untitled "Man of Steel" sequel may prevent us from seeing Wonder Woman on the big screen as soon as many of us had hoped for, but, it hasn't stopped Gal Gadot from capitalizing on the rain checked role. The Israeli model and actress recently secured a consolation role in the big budget Hollywood police thriller, "Triple Nine."
DC Entertainment's casting decisions of their upcoming flagship film has brought out the skepticism in the most loyal of fans. Many of the same fans that reluctantly accepted Ben Affleck as the Batman, are still having a difficult time accepting Gadot as a suitable likeness of the iconic warrior princess of Themyscira. Even those persons not jarred by Gal's proportions, have cited her acting ability, or the lack thereof, as a cause for alarm.
Since the casting announcement of the Wonder Woman role, WB/DCE have brought in an expert physical trainer, Mark Twight, to get the actress in peak physical condition.
Now, the actress will be honing her craft beside veteran actress Kate Winslet (Titanic, Revolutionary Road) in the John Hillcoat (Lawless, The Proposition) directed movie about corrupt cops planning a heist of some sort.
Is it safe to say she will be learning in good company?
They will be joined by a star-studded cast that includes the likes of Aaron Paul, Casey Affleck, Teresa Palmer, Michael B. Jordan, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Peña so far.
"Triple Nine" is currently set for a 2015 release date.
Could this role be a benefit of the "Batman vs. Superman" production delay that has since been described as "a blessing" by production designer, Patrick Tatopoulos? Let your opinion be known, and, thanks for reading.
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