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GQ has announced that Gal is featured on one of their December covers and is there Wonder Woman of the Year!

The woman who kicked ass and changed superhero movies forever.

When real-life wonder woman Gal Gadot smashed up the big screen in this summer’s blockbuster hit Wonder Woman, we knew superhero movies would never be the same. Gadot, a former soldier in the Israeli army and the winner of the 2004 Miss Israel pageant, hit Hollywood as a fresh face for American audiences, so GQ writer Caity Weaver travelled to Tel Aviv to find out more about this real-life wonder of a woman. Between beach days, egg sandwiches, and a litany of Danishes, Gadot talks about breaking into Hollywood, life as one of the most famous people in Israel, and being a real-life badass, as Weaver discovers when she tries to get Gadot to show her some moves:

“This is what happens when you attempt to ambush Wonder Woman: The instant your hands fall upon her, she’s already holding them—your hands are her hands now. The next second is a blur,” she writes. “Your body goes earthward, and your arms get trapped by hers, forcing you to crumple over… You are at Wonder Woman’s mercy.”


Gal attended the Governors Awards last night with her husband. I have added images to the gallery of Gal in the audience.

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Gal Gadot Online > 2017 > November 11 | Governors Awards – Audience



We are less than a week out from the eagerly anticipated DC superhero team-up film, Justice League. Much of the talk up to this point has been about the heroes, and how this film will set up the DC cinematic universe for the future, not so much on the villain. The marketing itself has been rather conservative, opting not to show much of Steppenwolf, and instead focusing on the heroes who will anchor WB’s universe. This is a stark contrast to the Doomsday reveal in the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice promotion. But these heroes must be brought together to face a common threat and Wonder Woman actress, Gal Gadot, explained why Steppenwolf is the perfect villain for Justice League.

When you simplify a story, especially the ones we’re exploring in the Justice League, where there’s so much going on with the villain and the end of the world and the fact that we’re introducing three new characters, I think it was a smart call to limit the villain to just one person.

While this doesn’t give us too much insight into the character himself, it does speak to the more simplified approach this film is taking. With a cosmic and world-ending threat to face, and Superman currently deceased, it is best to go all-in on Steppenwolf instead of having multiple villains, or spending half the movie planting seeds for future foes. This should allow Steppenwolf to really own his role in the film, and with veteran actor Ciarán Hinds portraying the New God, he should come off as a compelling and very real threat. It also should give the new heroes, Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg room to be introduced to the audience and for the super friends to develop as a team.

Gal Gadot’s words to The Toronto Sun also reflect the approach WB is taking with Justice League and their willingness to learn from the past. Overstuffing villains into a film and focusing too much on world-building has weakened superhero films from all the studios who have made them. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice shoehorned in metahuman files on a computer, Spider-Man 3 had three villains and did none of them justice, and Avengers: Age of Ultron was too concerned with setting up the future that it neglected the present. WB is clearly aiming for a fun and tight film, given the runtime, so choosing to focus on one villain is the smart approach. End-credits scenes, which Justice League has, are for teasing the future.

The early reactions are in and it seems that Justice League continues down the path laid out by Wonder Woman and proves to be a tonally fun film with breakout performances. Justice League opens in theaters on November 17th, so don’t forget to pre-order your tickets for opening weekend.

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mTV shared an interview with the cast of Justice League talking about their funniest memories from set, what they think of each other and more.


Kate Winslet, Gal Gadot, Hugh Jackman, and Jake Gyllenhaal are just a few of the stars participating in Variety and PBS SoCal KOCE’s seventh season of the Emmy Award-winning series “Variety Studio: Actors on Actors.”

“Actors on Actors” features exclusive, one-on-one conversations with top talent from the year’s most memorable films, who are expected to contend this awards season. Clips will be available on Variety.com at the end of November and full episodes of the new season will air from Jan. 2 to Jan. 4 at 7 p.m. on PBS SoCal KOCE.

The episodes will also be available to stream on pbssocal.org. PBS stations across the country will also air the show in January.

The program feature pairs of acclaimed actors chatting with each other about their lives, their craft, and their careers. This season’s featured conversations will include: Gyllenhaal (“Stronger”) with Margot Robbie (“I, Tonya”), Gary Oldman (“Darkest Hour”) with Winslet (“Wonder Wheel”), Sam Rockwell (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”) with Allison Janney (“I, Tonya”), Mary J. Blige (“Mudbound”) with Salma Hayek (“Beatriz at Dinner”), Timothée Chalamet (“Call Me by Your Name”) with Daniel Kaluuya (“Get Out”), James Franco (“The Disaster Artist”) with Dustin Hoffman (“The Meyerowitz Stories”), Saoirse Ronan (“Lady Bird”) with Kristen Wiig (“Downsizing,” “mother!”), Jessica Chastain (“Molly’s Game”) with Holly Hunter (“The Big Sick”), Gal Gadot (“Wonder Woman”) with Kumail Nanjiani (“The Big Sick”), Diane Kruger (“In The Fade”) with Hong Chau (“Downsizing”), Hugh Jackman (“Logan”) with Willem Dafoe (“The Florida Project”), Adam Sandler (“The Meyerowitz Stories”) with Laurie Metcalf (“Lady Bird”), and Robert Pattinson (“Good Time”) with Jamie Bell (“Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool”).

“Our Los Angeles Area Emmy Award-winning ‘Variety Studio: Actors on Actors’ program affords Variety the opportunity to highlight outstanding film actors in the 2018 award season race. PBS SoCal is the perfect partner to shine the light on the key contenders for the industry’s top awards,” said Variety Group Publisher & CRO Michelle Sobrino-Stearns.

“‘Variety Studio: Actors on Actors’ offers our audience a rare glimpse into the lives and careers of some the most-noted talent in the entertainment industry,” said Andrew Russell, president and CEO of PBS SoCal. “We appreciate our partnership with Variety on this program because it allows us to share these fascinating stories in Southern California, as well as across the country.”

This year’s “Variety Studio: Actors on Actors” lounge will be presented by Google Home, which will help make the actors’ conversations even more engaging.


Collider released a video clip from the press conference that the cast participated in last week in London.

With Warner Bros.’ Justice League opening next week, a few days ago I got to participate in a fun press conference in London with Gal Gadot (wonder Woman), Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Ben Affleck (Batman), Henry Cavill (Superman), Ezra Miller (The Flash), Ray Fisher (Cyborg) and producers Charles Roven and Deborah Snyder.

As you can see in the video, the group talked about what it was like when everyone was together for the first time in their costumes, what Ezra Miller and Jason Moma stole from set, if the set was different when Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon were each directing, the message of Justice League and why it’s important in 2017, how Batman needs to adjust his way of operating due to the external threats on the planet, what they each hope fans take away from watching the movie, and a lot more. In addition, you can see Ezra Miller do a Batman impression and towards the end make sure to see Ben Affleck talk about how if Superman had Henry Cavill’s porn moustache in Batman v Superman he would have “won a lot quicker.” Justice League also stars Amy Adams, J.K. Simmons, Diane Lane, Joe Morton and Ciaran Hinds as the main baddie, Steppenwolf.






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