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I have added captures from the ceremony of the Academy Awards.

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Patty Jenkins & Entertainment Weekly shared that Wonder Woman 2 has it’s villain!

Wonder Woman has a new villain for its sequel. And, man, is she funny.

Director Patty Jenkins confirmed on Friday morning that Kristen Wiig is set to play the villain Cheetah in Wonder Woman 2. “So excited to confirm the most thrilling news,” she wrote on Twitter. “Yes! It’s true! So incredibly lucky to welcome the sensationally talented Kristen Wiig to our Wonder Woman family. Can’t wait to finally work with one of my favorites. And SO excited by what we have planned. #Cheetah!!!”

In DC Comics, the character of Cheetah is feline-esque with strength and speed to make her a worthy adversary against Wonder Woman.

News that the Saturday Night Live alum was in talks for the role broke last week.

The previous Wonder Woman movie, released this past summer, was one of the biggest critical and commercial hits of the DC Extended Universe film franchise, earning $821.8 million at the worldwide box office.



Gal along with Jimmy Kimmel, Ansel Engort, Armie Hammer, Emily Blunt, Margot Robbie, Lupita Nyong’o, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Guillermo del Torro surprise moviegoers in the TCL Chinese Theatre screening of A Wrinkle in Time.


Gadot recently starred in “Wonder Woman” (2017) and “Justice League” (2017). Her credits also include “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” (2016), “Criminal” (2016), “Keeping Up with the Joneses” (2016), “Triple 9” (2016), “Furious 7” (2015), “Furious 6” (2013), “Fast Five” (2011) and “Fast & Furious” (2009). Gadot will next appear in “Wonder Woman 2.”


Jan 25, 18 Ali   Images, Magazines 0 Comment

Some gorgeous shots from the shoot that Gal did for Vanity Fair.

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Gal is one of this years individuals featured on the beautiful cover of the Hollywood Issue of Vanity Fair Magazine.

A super-stellar lineup, including Oprah Winfrey, Robert De Niro, Nicole Kidman, and Reese Witherspoon—plus, one special cameo—took advantage of their downtime during the shoot of a historic V.F. cover.

In the quarter-century since Vanity Fair launched the Hollywood Issue, show business has changed in fundamental ways, as have magazines. But a star-studded, foldout cover remains a surefire thrill. This year’s portfolio goes inside the cover’s creation, which took place in L.A. and New York as Annie Leibovitz photographed 12 of film and TV’s most iconic actors—with a non-actor corralled for the shoot for his last V.F. hurrah.

The films and TV shows represented by the actors in this year’s Hollywood Portfolio—which for the first time offers a behind-the-scenes look at the shoot—took the #MeToo movement in stride, offering strong women in leading roles, as well as strong men supporting them. Here we have Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman summoning the women’s battle cry of Big Little Lies alongside Tom Hanks as Ben Bradlee, the indispensable sidekick to The Post heroine Katharine Graham. There’s also Claire Foy and Gal Gadot, embodiments of their formidable characters, the Queen and Wonder Woman, and one possible future female president in the mix. Movies have always thrived on relevance, and this year’s cover stars don’t hesitate to make a statement about the times we’re living in and the changes that need to happen.

GAL GADOT, actor, model.
13 films, including Wonder Woman (2017).

Physically, the Israeli actress, model, and former Israel Defense Forces combat trainer Gal Gadot brought all the right attributes—imposing height and beauty, athleticism, goddessy glamour—to the task of playing Princess Diana, daughter of Hippolyta, better known around the neighborhood as Wonder Woman. But it was a secret power Gadot unsheathed that won the day: charm. In a blockbuster season with so little fun to be had, Gadot’s exuberant high spirits (and Patty Jenkins’s direction) redeemed the DC franchise from its male-menopausal funk. The rest of the Justice League should turn in their trunks.






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