Even though her character Diana is self-sufficient as Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot is not afraid to seek help from professionals. On Monday, she hired a stunt double for a challenging scene. Before that, the daring actress showed off her aerial skills outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C.
Get ready for the highly awaited follow-up as it’s scheduled to arrive on the big screens in November of next year.
Assistance from an expert: A wig-clad stunt double was employed to perform the daring stunts in front of the Capitol, soaring to great heights. The double bore a striking resemblance to Gal Gadot.
Gal, dressed in the famous Wonder Woman costume, was securely fastened into a safety harness before being lifted into the air in front of a group of cars. The 33-year-old Israeli actress was attached to a device that allowed her to glide smoothly in front of the vehicles while the cameras rolled. To perform the more daring stunts in front of the Capitol building, a stunt double wearing a wig was used to resemble Gal. This stand-in performer was lifted high up into the air to achieve the desired effect.
Prior to being lifted in front of vehicles, Gal donned the famous Wonder Woman ensemble and made sure to fasten a secure harness for safety measures.
As the cameras rolled, the 33-year-old Israeli smoothly moved ahead of the vehicles while connected to the device in question.
Gal Gadot is currently engrossed in the production of the sequel to the highly successful superhero film, Wonder Woman. The upcoming movie, titled Wonder Woman 1984, will once again feature Gal as the fierce Amazonian warrior. This time, she will be up against a new antagonist, The Cheetah, portrayed by Kristen Wiig. The film’s plot unfolds against the backdrop of the Cold War in 1984 and is directed and produced by Patty Jenkins, who was also behind the 2017 hit. Gal, Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, and Stephen Jones are also serving as producers for the project.
The highly anticipated sequel of Wonder Woman is back with Gal Gadot reprising her role as the Amazonian warrior. In this new adventure, she faces off against a fresh adversary, The Cheetah, portrayed by Kristen Wiig. Get ready for another action-packed ride!
As the camera began rolling, we saw a girl perched on top of a cooler, seemingly unfazed by the world around her. It was as if she had found the perfect spot to take a break from the chaos of everyday life. Her balance was impressive, and it was clear she was enjoying her moment of solitude. This snapshot of life “off” was a reminder that sometimes we need to step away from the hustle and bustle and just be still.
All set to go: The shooting of the project is planned to occur in several locations including Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, the UK, Spain and the Canary Islands.
Fans of Wonder Woman will have to exercise their patience a little longer as the much-awaited sequel is scheduled to be released in theaters in November next year. The new cast member, Pedro Pascal, will be joining Kristen in the movie, while Chris Pine is set to reprise his role as Steve Trevor. Production locations for the film will span across Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, the UK, Spain, and the Canary Islands. Director Patty and DC Entertainment president Geoff Johns have hinted that the movie’s setting will take place in 1984, which has added to the excitement surrounding the upcoming release.
Impressive feat: The talented stunt double of Wonder Woman defies gravity and takes flight.
A skilled and strong stunt performer is captured in a harness, set against the famous scenery of the Capitol – pure excellence.
Gal Gadot’s stunt double will take on the more dangerous scenes in the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel, although the actress will still perform many of her own stunts. Director Patty Jenkins recently changed her Twitter header to a black background with the phrase ‘WW84,’ confirming that the movie takes place after the events of the first installment, set during World War I. The highly anticipated sequel is slated for a November 2020 release. Actress Lynda Carter, who played Wonder Woman in the TV series, has been in talks with Jenkins about a potential cameo role, but ultimately it is up to Warner Bros. to decide.
As she takes flight, the gal grasps onto the ropes tightly, lifting herself high into the sky.
The 33-year-old is focused on perfecting her performance.
A large number of supporting actors were hired to add depth and complexity to the intricate filming process.
The protagonist is a force to be reckoned with, as captured in a striking image alongside emergency personnel on the set.