WONDER WOMAN Star Gal Gadot Shares Heartfelt Message To Mark 4-Year Anniversary; Teases WW3
Zack Snyder's Justice League star Gal Gadot has taken to Twitter to mark the 4-year anniversary of Wonder Woman's release with a heartfelt message to her fans, while teasing Diana's return for WW3...
Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman was released in U.S. theaters on June 2, 2017, and star Gal Gadot took to Twitter yesterday to mark the movie's 4-year anniversary with a heartfelt message for fans of the iconic DC Comics heroine.
The Zack Snyder's Justice League actress said that the role "changed my life," and that she's "forever grateful for this amazing opportunity and I promise we will always do everything to keep and tell Wonder Woman’s story in the best way possible." Gadot finished by teasing Diana's return in the planned Wonder Woman 3.
Details on Warner Bros.' next solo Wonder Woman adventure are few and far between, but the mixed response to WW84 may well have resulted in the project being put on the long finger. As far as we know, Jenkins does intend to return to the director's chair.
Wonder Woman came out 4 years ago and changed my life..Thank you all so much for the love, I’m forever grateful for this amazing opportunity and I promise we will always do everything to keep and tell Wonder Woman’s story in the best way possible.— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) June 2, 2021
Love and Peace!#WonderWoman3 pic.twitter.com/ULbIfgeO7I
Gadot recently came under fire for taking what many deemed to be a controversial stance on the resurgence of violence between Israel and Palestine, with some calling for her to be removed from her role as Wonder Woman in the DCEU. She has yet to issue a response.