It’s surprising to see Gal Gadot wearing make-up when she looks so stunning without it. The actress appeared fresh-faced as she stepped out of her New York hotel on Friday, ready for the release of her movie Wonder Woman in US cinemas. She kept things casual, donning a pair of distressed wide-leg jeans, flat sandals, and a fitted navy crew neck top.
Gal Gadot, the actress who plays Wonder Woman in the highly anticipated film, was spotted leaving her New York hotel looking fresh-faced and confident on the day of the movie’s release. Despite covering her stunning looks with oversized shades, Gadot’s hair was still damp from a recent wash and tied up tightly in a bun. Early reviews for the film have been overwhelmingly positive, with a 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes from both critics and audiences alike.
Rewritten: The leading lady, at 32 years old, decided to go casual for the big event and donned a pair of distressed wide-leg jeans with flat sandals, paired with a fitted navy crew neck top. The overseas market has already brought in almost $19 million, with the opening night in the UK surpassing the likes of Marvel competitors, Logan and Captain America: The First Avenger. This superhero blockbuster made history, being the first of its kind directed by a woman, Patty Jenkins, who also directed Charlize Theron’s Monster in 2003. Serving as the fourth DC Expanded Universe installment, Wonder Woman follows Man of Steel, Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Suicide Squad.
On a significant occasion, she sported a sleek bun, accentuating her fresh and damp hair. Oversized shades masked her striking features, too good to hide. The protagonist of the story is Diana of Themyscira, a demigoddess Amazon warrior, daughter of Zeus. She joins forces with fighter pilot Steve Trevor (played by Chris Pine) to thwart World War I. According to People, sales of Wonder Woman merchandise on eBay have surged, doubling in the month preceding the film’s release. Among the items for sale, the most expensive is a Wonder Woman #1 collectible comic book dating back to 1942, originally priced at just 10 cents, now listed for $150,000.
The film has been receiving positive early reviews and has a high rating of 93% on Rotten Tomatoes from both critics and audiences, indicating its excellence. It looks like the movie is kicking butt!