Creating a human being with your body is no easy feat, but Gal Gadot says she made the decision to hide her pregnancy while filming Wonder Woman so that she wouldn’t be treated any differently on set, according to Marie Claire.

In the magazine’s June 2017 cover story, the actress opened up about the time she spent vomiting in corners and coping with hormone-induced migraines while making the record-breaking superhero film. “I gutted it out. I started to come to set with sunglasses,” Gadot said. “I had this jug of water with huge pieces of ginger. One of the producers kept on asking, ‘Why are you drinking that potato water?’ They thought I’d gone Hollywood.”

But the 32-year-old has decidedly not “gone Hollywood.” She told Marie Claire, “When I moved here, I was told that to make it, I should go to parties and clubs. That’s bullshit. You book your job because you do the work, not because you go out and mingle.” Her thoroughly nondiva behavior is further accentuated by the fact that she has worn sensible, “more comfortable” flats throughout the Wonder Woman premiere and press tour and by her unabashed, genuine excitement about the movie and its feminist undertones.

Gadot previously revealed that she filmed reshoots for the action-heavy movie while five months pregnant with second daughter Maya, who was born in March. (Her older daughter, Alma, is five.) In April she told Entertainment Weekly about fitting into the iconic armor while sporting a growing baby bump. “On close-up I looked very much like Wonder Woman,” she said. “On wide shots, I looked very funny, like Wonder Woman pregnant with Kermit the Frog,” because the costume department covered her bump with a bright green fabric that could be digitally altered in postproduction.

Thanks in large part to Gadot’s all-around badassery, Wonder Woman has shattered multiple records since opening last weekend. Its opening weekend set a new box office record for a female-directed film, earning more than $100 million in the U.S. and $122 million internationally. On Thursday Twitter announced that Wonder Woman is the most-tweeted-about movie of 2017, beating out La La Land and Beauty and the Beast. The film has also been “certified fresh” by Rotten Tomatoes, with a 92 percent positive rating from critics and moviegoers alike. Wonder-ous, indeed.

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Gal Gadot Filmed “Wonder Woman” While 5 Months Pregnant

Wonder Woman has already smashed the box office record for a woman-directed film, but that’s not the only thing that makes the film so inspirational. Turns out, Gal Gadot was actually pregnant while shooting the action-packed film-something that’s made her a superhero IRL.

A few months ago, Entertainment Weekly reported on Gadot’s pregnancy, but there wasn’t much buzz about it until the movie actually hit theaters. While Gadot was pregnant during part of the main taping, she had to come back to do reshoots for the movie last November. At that point, she was five months pregnant and they had to do some green screen magic to keep her bump from showing on screen. In fact, her costume had to be cut out in the middle because she was so far along that she couldn’t fit into the original version. (Related: Irina Shayk Makes Her Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Debut While Pregnant)

“On close-up, I looked very much like Wonder Woman,” Gadot told EW. “On wide shots, I looked very funny, like Wonder Woman pregnant with Kermit the Frog.”

But director Patty Jenkins saw the situation for what it truly was. ” pregnant during part of the movie, in a suit out in a field in the freezing cold in others,” she told EW. “There are so many things we asked her to do: Now do it on one foot. Now shout while you’re doing it. Now it’s raining in the freezing cold and you’ve lost your voice, go. Every day it was a hilarious gauntlet and she would do it.”

It doesn’t get more badass than that.

Gal Gadot and 7 Other Wonder Women Who Filmed Roles While Pregnant

While on set, an actor’s responsibility is to embody a character, executing the emotional and physical attributes their respective character should have. Excelling in this responsibility can be made even more arduous when having the added duty of being pregnant. In a recent interview, #GalGadot revealed she was five months pregnant while filming re-shoots for the upcoming DCEU movie, #WonderWoman, proving that Gal is a superhero in real life too!

With this revelation, Gadot joins a list of many talented actresses that have managed to carry on filming with the help of the writers, cast and crew (especially the costume designers!) while pregnant. Here are just a few examples of actresses who completed leading roles whilst in the process of becoming a mom.

1. Gal Gadot

  • Film She Worked On While Pregnant: Wonder Woman (2017)

Gal Gadot’s revelation that she was pregnant with her second child while filming re-shoots for Wonder Woman proves her immense dedication to the role, despite what must have been an exhausting re-shoot. Director Patty Jenkins praised Gadot for powering through the “hilarious gauntlet” that was shooting the highly anticipated addition to the #DCEU, and I can’t wait to see how much ass Gadot manages to kick this summer.

2. Halle Berry

  • Film She Worked On While Pregnant: X-Men: Days Of Future Past (2014)

Prior to the seventh installment of the #XMen franchise, Halle Berry appeared in the original X-Men trilogy from 2000-2006. Wearing Storm’s skin-tight body suit was no issue for Berry until Days Of Future Past, when she found out she was three months pregnant with her second child.

The X-men actress admitted having trouble putting on Storm’s outfit after about two weeks, when she felt it was “about as much as I could do before I was busting out of the suit.”

Determined to ensure Berry’s Storm made a notable impact throughout the film, producers had a large portion of her scenes fast-tracked in order to get everything shot before she began to show.

3. Reese Witherspoon

  • Film She Worked On While Pregnant: Vanity Fair (2004)

Throughout Vanity Fair, viewers remain in awe of the clothing that looked both gorgeous and incredibly uncomfortable to wear. To conceal the growing bump of her son Deacon, #ReeseWitherspoon revealed that wearing voluminous period dresses and standing behind strategically placed furniture were essential to keeping up the illusion.

Witherspoon revealed director Mira Nair was shocked when she said she would be ready to film regardless of the pregnancy:

“I called up Mira when I found out I was pregnant… And I said, ‘If you want to go with this movie, I’m ready for it, just give me the word and I’ll show up and we’ll do it.’ And that took her by surprise.”

I have to give all the props to Witherspoon for persevering with the role!

4. Naomi Watts

  • Film She Worked On While Pregnant: Eastern Promises (2007)

David Cronenberg’s wonderfully violent Eastern Promises sees Naomi Watts portray a British midwife. Watts spoke with People in 2007 about the “really interesting timing” of portraying a midwife while unexpectedly pregnant.

“It was really interesting timing actually, I didn’t know I was pregnant until…I had been in London about two weeks when I found out. I was doing all this research of midwifery and turning up at hospitals watching live births, and thinking, ‘Oh my God. This is going to be a hard thing for me if I ever get there.’””And there I was, pregnant all that time! It was just funny because I had been reading these books and then suddenly I was hiding them because I didn’t want anyone to know I was pregnant.”

Thanks to her research for the role, Watts was already way ahead of the game by the time she’d discovered she was pregnant!

5. Scarlett Johansson

  • Film She Worked On While Pregnant: Avengers: Age Of Ultron (2015)

When asked about filming while pregnant for the sequel to 2012’s The Avengers, #ScarlettJohansson discussed her process during the Marvel production:

“I did as much as I could do and filled in all the blanks later on.”

Although Johansson makes this sound easy, it was actually an incredibly complex process. When she was unable to film a particular scene, one of three stand-ins would wear dotted maps on their faces. These maps guided visual-effects artists who would later graft Johansson’s face onto their bodies in post-production!

Johansson praised her amazing stunt team and singled out her incredible stunt double, Heidi Moneymaker (yes, that’s her real name) for her work:

” took a lot of the punches for me, literally… This is like our fourth or fifth movie together, so we kind of have a seamless thing between us.”

6. Kate Winslet

  • Film She Worked On While Pregnant: Divergent (2014)

For the hoards of people who flocked to the theater to check out the film adaptation of Divergent, you may have noticed something peculiar about Kate Winslet’s character. In every scene, she held something in her hands placed just in front of her stomach. This character trait was included because Winslet was five months pregnant and had to carry an iPad or folder in her arms to conceal the pregnancy!

After the birth of her fantastically-named son, Bear, Winslet was soon back in action for additional photography and would nurse her son between takes. Truly earning her name as one of the more celebrated actresses in Hollywood, Kate even offered to film stunts she couldn’t perform the first time round.

7. Julia Roberts

  • Film She Worked On While Pregnant: Ocean’s Twelve (2004)

#JuliaRoberts was pregnant with twins while filming the star-studded sequel to 2001’s Ocean’s Eleven. It is a commonly known fact that her co-stars and friends, particularly George Clooney and Matt Damon, are veteran pranksters. However, in an interview with Allure in 2015, Roberts recalls how polite the famous leading men were during her pregnancy:

“At George’s house, I remember walking down this path pregnant with Phinn and Hazel and turning the corner, and all the boys were sitting at the table having lunch. They were like, ‘Oh, come sit down.’ I wasn’t allowed to walk the stairs. It was such a sweet shift in our relationships because originally, it was all pranks and teasing each other. And here I am pregnant, so it’s like pulling out my chair and just making sure I have enough water and, ‘Are you feeling OK? You look a little peaked.’ ‘I’m fine.'”

Despite what may be said about the Ocean’s series, the chemistry between the main group cannot be denied, showing a genuine friendship that exudes on screen.

It’s wonderful to hear that George and Matt were such caring friends during their co-stars pregnancy.

8. Helena Bonham Carter

Film She Worked On While Pregnant: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)

Helena Bonham Carter has a trick for those interested in seeing the progression of her pregnancy in the #JohnnyDepp-led musical, Sweeney Todd:

“If you look at the film and see my breast size, it goes up and down like a yo-yo. I have my usual tangerines and I walk around the corner and suddenly they’re melons.”

The film was directed by her partner at the time, Tim Burton, and as certain scenes were shot out of sequence, the costume department was tasked with adjusting her corsets to conceal the bump. The actress admitted that she was often nauseous while on-set, and jokingly claims the singing for Sweeney Todd may have attributed to her becoming pregnant:

“It was all the oxygen. And my pelvic floor has never been so fit. I’ve got great hopes that after this baby it’s going to bounce straight back.”

These actresses receive all the props because being pregnant is exhausting enough without other strenuous activities involved. To think that these actresses managed to pull off memorable performances while in the process of becoming a parent is truly something to applaud.

Which stellar pregnancy concealment surprised you the most? Let me know in the comments below!

Here’s how Gal Gadot hid her pregnancy when she was filming “Wonder Woman”

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Have you seen Wonder Woman yet? If not, what are you waiting for? It’s full of women kicking some serious butt, and Gal Gadot’s turn as the titular character is star-making. It’s even more impressive when you learn that Gal Gadot was pregnant during filming. Apparently, she hid her pregnancy as long as she could, fearing people’s reactions or special treatment. But as everyone knows, there comes a point when a baby bump just needs to make its presence known.

Gadot told Marie Claire that she didn’t want to cause a fuss over her pregnancy. When she was shooting her first scenes in Batman V. Superman, she didn’t even tell anyone she was pregnant.

“I gutted it out. I started to come to set with sunglasses,” she said.

Sounds smart. But that wasn’t all she did.

“I had this jug of water with huge pieces of ginger. One of the producers kept on asking, ‘Why are you drinking that potato water?’ They thought I’d gone Hollywood.”

Somehow, she managed morning sickness discreetly, and even battled migraines while filming scenes.

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Then, while filming Wonder Woman, Gal’s pregnancy became impossible to hide.

So how did the crew eventually handle Gadot’s pregnancy reveal? The solution the team came up with is elegant and ridiculous all at once: They cut a hole in her costumes and outfitted her belly in a green material.

Yep, that’s right. A baby bump green screen, portable and easy to cover up in the final product.

Gadot took it all in stride.

“On close-up I looked very much like Wonder Woman. On wide shots I looked very funny, like Wonder Woman pregnant with Kermit the Frog.”

We can only imagine those behind-the-scenes photos! Maybe we’ll get a glimpse in the inevitable collector’s edition.

By all accounts, the actress is just as tough as the character she plays. Working hard is one thing; working hard while carrying a new life along with you is a whole different challenge. We’re glad Gal Gadot was up to the task!

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Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot: Not The Only One To Hide Her Pregnancy

Many superheroes try to hide their secret identities. But actress Gal Gadot hid something else while playing the iconic Wonder Woman: her pregnancy. The first time was during the filming of Batman versus Superman: Dawn of Justice, when she concealed her vomiting, headaches and other symptoms (in contrast to movie viewers, who were quite open about the headaches they suffered while watching the movie, which got just a 27% on Rotten Tomatoes). Then, when Gadot was five months pregnant with her second daughter during the making of Wonder Woman, the film crew used green fabric and digital editing to hide her baby bump from the camera.

As reported by Allison Glock for Marie Claire, Gadot concealed her pregnancy from her coworkers during Batman v. Superman because she didn’t want to be treated differently or advertise anything that could be viewed as a “weakness.” Gadot said, “I gutted it out. I started to come to set with sunglasses. I had this jug of water with huge pieces of ginger. One of the producers kept on asking, ‘Why are you drinking that potato water?’ They thought I’d gone Hollywood.”

While she may have hid her pregnancy during the filming of Batman v. Superman, she shared her pregnancy with the film crew during the filming of Wonder Woman, as described in this Entertainment Tonight segment:

Hiding pregnancy at work for work reasons is not uncommon…which is a roundabout way of saying that it may be common but it’s not clear exactly how common it is. You can see how an accurate study of how many people are hiding something may be hard to do. Indeed, as Alissa Quart wrote for the New York Times, many women fear that pregnancy can affect hiring, work assignment and job advancement opportunities and therefore try to conceal their pregnancies as long as they can. A survey in the United Kingdom found that 76% of bosses would not hire a candidate if they knew she would become pregnant within six months of beginning the job. In a Forbes piece, the Muse said that “even if you’re a star candidate, the unfortunate truth is that some hiring managers may view your pregnancy (and upcoming maternity leave) as an inconvenience, and won’t make you offer.” Also, a study published in the Academy of Management Journal showed that a number of pregnant women were concerned that they would be viewed as less reliable or competent and therefore often worked harder to overcompensate. This is despite the assertion of Dr. Caroline Gatrell, a senior lecturer at Lancaster University Management School, that “there is no actual evidence to substantiate a link between pregnancy and sickness absence” in her article for the Guardian.

The Internet certainly has plenty of advice on how to “hide your pregnancy.” In fact, one piece of advice offered is to drop your neckline so that you distract people from your belly. (Apparently some believe that cleavage can be a superpower, which is the reason why chess tournaments can disqualify you if you show too much cleavage.) There’s also advice on how to explain changes in your diet and behavior and more frequent visits to the doctor, such as saying that you need lots of dental work…because wouldn’t you rather people think your teeth are a disaster than you being pregnant?

On top of the usual professional pressure, Gadot had the added pressure of being a pioneer and essentially a minority in the superhero movie world. The past decade has seen an explosion of comic book superhero movies, some good, some mediocre and some downright awful. Heck, there were even two Ghost Rider movies. Yes, there was actually a sequel to an initial critically panned movie starring a man with a flaming skeleton head who rides a motorcycle. However, at the same time, there’s been a dearth of movies with female or minority (e.g., Black, Asian American, Native American, etc.) superhero leads, unless you count Hulk or a man with a flaming head as ethnic minorities. Although Melissa Benoist had broken through recently as Supergirl on television, the only Hollywood movies of note starring female superheroes in the past three decades have been Supergirl in 1984 (starring Helen Slater), Catwoman in 2004 (starring Halle Berry) and Elektra in 2005 (starring Jennifer Garner). Maybe Gadot felt that she would be under especially intense scrutiny playing Wonder Woman in Batman versus Superman: Dawn of Justice, a role that would serve as the lead-in to the first solo female superhero movie in over a decade.

While Gadot’s debut as Wonder Woman has been successful (she was the highlight of Batman versus Superman, and Wonder Woman has been a commercial and critical success), hiding your pregnancy and overcompensating may lead to stress, fatigue and burnout. You also may not take proper care of yourself or your child. Keep in mind that not all employers view pregnancy as an “inconvenience.” Maybe the ones who do aren’t the right ones for you. While the decision on whether to hide a pregnancy may be a personal one, dependent on your life and work situations, you don’t necessarily have to be Wonder Woman.

Anyone who was #blessed enough to see the new “Wonder Woman” movie over the weekend knows this to be true — Gal Gadot, the movie’s titular star, is irrefutably a badass. Those fight scenes! That fierce athleticism! Gadot thoroughly proved herself to be worthy of the comic heroine’s bulletproof bracelets.

Now, we know she’s maybe even more of a wonder woman than the one we see onscreen. According to Entertainment Weekly, Gadot was pregnant with her second child during much of the filming of the DC Entertainment box-office hit.

When reshoots of some key scenes had to be done in November of last year, Gadot was by then five months pregnant, and her baby bump was no longer inconspicuous. The movie’s costume department had to cut out a portion of Wonder Woman’s costume over Gadot’s stomach and replace it with green fabric, so that the bump could later be edited out using CGI.

“On close-up I looked very much like Wonder Woman,” the 31-year-old actress told EW. “On wide shots I looked very funny, like Wonder Woman pregnant with Kermit the Frog.”

One of the scenes that director Patty Jenkins (yup, that’s right, a female director — why is everything about this movie so perfect?) particularly wanted reshot in November showed Gadot & Co. walking onto the frontlines of World War I. Jenkins specifically wanted “some brutality” added to the scene, she told The Hollywood Reporter.

“Now, at least we will be able to tell her (new) daughter Maya that she’s in her mom’s stomach right then, in the middle of that battle scene,” Jenkins said.

And on that note, we conclude that Hollywood has officially reached peak woman-power perfection.

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Gal Gadot Was Pregnant AF During Wonder Woman And This Is How They Hid It

9 June 2017, 13:33

By Nicky Idika

@adulthumanbeing

Wonder Woman was pregnant with a Wonder Baby and you never even noticed.

Wonder Woman is having one hell of a week at the box office. The new DC film has broken all types of records and a sequel has been pretty much confirmed. Stories of the film’s success have dominated headlines, but here’s something you may not know.

Wonder Woman, was pregnant while the movie was being filmed.

Right, so this is Gal Gadot.

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She did a hell of a job with Wonder Woman and, oh yeah, she had a baby in March 2017. “Wait, but how is that possible,” you ask? “Didn’t she just film Wonder Woman, like, 12 minutes ago,” you say.
Yes. Yes, she did. Brace yourselves. Gal Gadot was FIVE WHOLE MONTHS PREGNANT while shooting the film.

While much of the shooting for the film wrapped by May, 2016, reshoots for Wonder Woman took place in November, 2016. In fact, November was also the month Gal shared the news of her Wonder Baby on Instagram

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So, how did they hide Gal’s baby bump during reshoots?

According to insiders, the film’s costume department decided to cut a hole in her costume and replace it with green cloth. The green cloth worked the same way green screen technology does. They were able to a hide Gal’s bump in post-production in order to match her pre-pregnancy body.

Director Patty Jenkins even joked about Gal being pregnant on set, saying, “now, at least, we will be able to tell her daughter Maya that she’s in her mom’s stomach right then, in the middle of that battle scene.”

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This isn’t even the first time in recent memory that it was revealed that a famous person did something incredible while pregnant. Take a moment to recall the fact that Serena Williams, the greatest athlete of our generation, was pregnant when she won her 23rd tennis Grand Slam.

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Actress Gal Gadot’s greatest challenge filming “Wonder Woman” reshoots and “Justice League” wasn’t battling a supervillain.

It was battling morning sickness.

The Israeli actress told Rolling Stone that the she and the filmmakers went to great lengths to hide her pregnancy on-screen — and, for a time, from her fellow superheroes.

“We cut open the costume and had this green screen on my stomach,” she said in the magazine’s latest cover story. “It was funny as hell – Wonder Woman with a bump.”

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To avoid being coddled on the set by her male castmates, she waited to tell her “Justice League” co-stars that she was pregnant. (Maya Versano, Gadot’s second daughter with husband Yaron Versano, was born in March.)

“I didn’t want attention,” she said. “The default should be that women get the job done, but there’s a long way to go and a lot of reprogramming that needs to be done to both genders.”

No one has done more to reprogram gender stereotypes in the superhero genre. “Wonder Woman” has passed the $800 million mark at the box office worldwide, and become the top-grossing movie directed by a woman (Patty Jenkins) in the process. In a single bound, albeit one that comes 75 years after Wonder Woman’s comic book debut, Gadot’s Amazonian warrior has become a role model for girls and women.

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‘Wonder Woman’ will have a solo sequel, star Gal Gadot reveals

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“Because whoever is not a feminist is a sexist.’ ”

Gal Gadot, Rolling Stone Cover – September 2017Rolling Stone

Gadot credits some of her strength to the upbringing she had in the small central Israeli city of Rosh Ha’ayin, where she and her younger sister were raised “to believe that we’re capable, to value ourselves” by their engineer father and physical-education teacher mother.”There was no TV-watching. It was always ‘Take a ball and go play,” Gadot told Rolling Stone. “In general, I was a good girl, a good student, a pleaser, and I was a tomboy. Always with wounds and scratches on my knees.”

Now that she’s a mother herself, she values the “really simple moments” off-screen. A relaxing day, she said, involves cooking an Italian dinner and listening to music, particularly “Zero 7 because it’s superchill.”

The real super-team for Gadot is her family.

Gal Gadot Says Filming Wonder Woman While Pregnant Was “Funny as Hell”

In case you didn’t think Gal Gadot was badass enough as Wonder Woman, she also filmed her scenes while pregnant. She wasn’t far along when the initial shoots happened, but Gadot says the re-shoots were a different story entirely.

The actress is on the cover of Rolling Stone’s September issue, and she’s using the opportunity to talk more about what it was like to film the wildly successful superhero movie. Shooting some of her scenes required some movie magic because of her baby bump—especially when she had to refilm scenes while further along in her pregnancy.

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“We cut open the costume and had this green screen on my stomach,” she said. “It was funny as hell—Wonder Woman with a bump.”

Gadot gave birth to a daughter, Maya, with her husband Yaron Versano in March. Maya joined the couple’s 5-year-old daughter Alma in the now-family of four.

RELATED: Wonder Woman’s Director Says They’re “Working On” a Sequel

New little Wonder Women in the world can only be a good thing.

Wonder Woman Gal Gadot Nude Pics & NSFW Vids

People are going absolutely ape-shit over Israeli beauty Gal Gadot. And frankly, how can you blame them?! We have proudly joined her fan club too, and have been following her every move since.

In typical LeakedPie fashion, we have gathered the best collection of Gal Gadot nude pics & jerk-worthy NSFW videos to appreciate the “Wonder Woman” that she is…

Get prepared for the naughty collection, this heroine has super powers to INSTANTLY give you an uncontrollable stiffy!

We are flabbergasted that Gal has only come to our attention today (thankfully because of her new Marvel film). Where the hell was she before this? How did we overlook such an extraordinary and exquisitely-sculpted babe?! It is very rare that a goddess of this stature slips through our office cracks; we should have been posting about her years ago! Please forgive us.

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Gal Gadot Bio

After doing some research, we found out a few things about this alluring brunette.

Gadot was born and raised in Rosh HaAyin, Israel. When she was in high school she decided to join the basketball team because of her height (she is a soaring 5′ 10″) and actually did quite well. Once she graduated high school, she served in the Israel Defense Forces for two years before attending Reichman Law School to study law.

So, she’s NOT just a looker, she’s got a brain on her, too! Even hotter.

Like most blessed with sexiness, Gal competed in many beauty pageants during early adulthood.

In 2004, she won the Miss Israel pageant which took her to Miss Universe that year. The pageant really put the spotlight on her and shortly after a casting director contacted her and asked her to audition for the film Quantum of Solace. Unfortunately, she did not get the part in the film, but the same casting director hired her to play the role of Gisele in the movie Fast & Furious.


Due to her F&F exposure, she was contacted to play the role of Wonder Woman in the film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. She worked her body to perfect shape for the part by taking up kick boxing, Brazilian jiu-jitsu and capoeira. Although the movie tanked, she received positive reviews — people even stated she was their favorite part of the flick!

Not surprising at all, her body sizzles on screen!

Is that a camel toe we see??

We believe Gadot is the reason Wonder Woman has been such a huge success in theaters (it grossed $100.5 million in the U.S. and Canada in its debut weekend). She will continue to play the character in the Justice League film that was released in late 2017.

Hopefully, she’ll display more with that spectacular ass because we simply can’t get enough!

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Gadot, which most people don’t know, served two years as an enlisted soldier of the Israeli military before her model and acting career took off. She won the 2004 Miss Israel competition. Gal played one of her biggest roles as Gisele in the Fast & Furious franchise. Her career as an actress skyrocketed when she was cast as Wonder Women in the DC movie universe. Those movies include Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman, Justice League, and Justice League Part Two.

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Gal Gadot nude photos are definitely NOT floating around online. We appreciate her beauty so we are just showcasing her hot and classy images. We feel Gal Gadot naked pics are better left to our imagination. That doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy the sexy images that she does share online.

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Gal Gadot: Everything You Need To Know About The Wonder Woman Star

Miss Universe contestant, ex-army officer and star of the Fast And The Furious franchise, Gal Gadot is one talented woman, but she will now always be synonymous with an iconic DC Comics character: Wonder Woman.

Following her show-stealing performance in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Gal reprised the role in the standalone Wonder Woman, the superheroine’s first ever solo feature film last year. Not only was it well received critically and beloved by audiences, the film, directed by Patty Jenkins, broke an impressive number of box office records too, definitely proving that yes, there is a serious demand for female-fronted films. Off the back of Wonder Woman’s success, a sequel is now slated for release in 2019, so Gal’s star appears to be firmly in its ascendancy. As if that wasn’t enough to win us over, there’s also the fact that Gal is an avowed feminist. ‘People always ask me if I’m a feminist and I find the question surprising, because I think, “Yes, of course. Every woman, every man, everyone should be a feminist. Because whoever is not a feminist is sexist,”‘ she told Rolling Stone magazine last year. We couldn’t have put it better ourselves…

Here’s everything you need to know about Israeli actress and model…

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman

Before Gal landed the role of a lifetime, she was considering quitting acting for good after a string of near misses. Fortuitously, it was then that Batman Vs. Superman director Zac Snyder got in touch, asking her to audition for a ‘top secret’ role. ‘You get the lines, but you have no idea what the story is about, what the character is, nothing,’ she later told Jimmy Fallon of the audition experience. A short while later, she received another call from Snyder. ‘He says, “I don’t know if you have this character in Israel, whether she’s big or not, but did you ever hear about Wonder Woman?”’ she recalled. ‘And I was like… “Yes, yes. I’ll be there. Done!”’ How’s that for proof that persistence always pays off?

What other movies had Gal Gadot been in before Wonder Woman?

Gal Gadot’s first big Hollywood part was in 2008 when she starred in the fourth film in The Fast And The Furious franchise. Gadot’s part of Giselle was then reprised for both Fast Five in 2011 and Fast And The Furious 6 in 2013.

In 2015, Gal Gadot landed the role of Wonder Woman which saw her play the iconic character in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. She has since starred in two sequels, the solo Wonder Woman and also Justice League, which was released later in 2017.

2016 was a busy year for Gadot who also played Ryan Reynolds’ wife in the thriller, Criminal, starred alongside Kate Winslet and Aaron Paul in the crime-thriller Triple 9, and played a secret agent with Isla Fisher in comedy, Keeping Up with the Joneses.

What will Gal Gadot’s next films be?

With Wonder Woman 1984 and the second part of Justice League, the next few years are already busy for Gal, but she’s hardly resting on her laurels. Recently, she announced that she’d been cast opposite Dwayne Johnson in Red Notice, a thriller about art theft, and she’s also currently attached to Deeper (along with Bradley Cooper), a drama about a former astronaut who decides to tackle the challenge of deep sea diving, as well as Ruin, which is set in Germany just after World War II.

How did Gal Gadot become famous?

Gal Gadot first found fame when she won the 2004 Miss Israel competition, and subsequent 2004 Miss Universe pageant in Ecuador. And she has continued to work as a model throughout her career as an actress.

Who has Gal Gadot modelled for?

Gal Gadot has starred in international campaigns for Captain Morgan rum, Vine Vera skincare ranges, and Jaguar Cars. Most notably she is the face of Gucci’s Bamboo. In the video campaign for the fragrance, Gadot shows off her superhero skills as she wields a fencing sword and plays the piano naked (as you do). Since 2018, Gal has joined the Revlon team as a brand ambassador.

How old is Gal Gadot?

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Gal Gadot is 33 years old, and was born in Rosh HaAyin, Israel on 30th Apri 1985. After school she completed two years of military service (as is mandatory in Israel) before starting to study for a Law degree, of which she never completed due to her part in Fast And The Furious.

Who is Gal Gadot’s husband?

Gal Gadot is married to Israeli real estate developer, Yaron Varsano. The pair tied the knot in September 2008 and they are now parents to two little girls: Alma Versano, aged six, and Maya, aged one. Varsano previously owned Tel Aviv’s famous Versano hotel, but sold it to Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich back in 2015, in a rumoured $26 million deal.

Discussing how she met her future husband in an interview with Glamour, Gal elaborated: ‘We met nearly 10 years ago through mutual friends at this very strange party in the Israeli desert. It was all about yoga, chakras, and eating healthy — we didn’t exactly find ourselves there, but we found each other.’

Is Gal Gadot on Instagram?

Gal Gadot has a whopping 21.4 million followers on Instagram. She shares candid selfies and inspirational quotes alongside behind-the-scenes pics on set and shots from her upcoming movies – and you can follow her on @gal_gadot.

How does Gal Gadot keep in shape?

For her part as Wonder Woman, Gadot spent years training her body with a mixture of cardio, martial arts and weight training. She also received swordsmanship, Kung Fu kickboxing, capoeira and Brazilian jiu-jitsu training to transform into the famous superhero.

Will Gal Gadot be in Wonder Woman 2?

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The upcoming Wonder Woman sequel – tentatively titled Wonder Woman 1984 and reportedly set during the Cold War – is scheduled for release on December 13, 2019, with Gal set to reprise her role and Patty Jenkins to return to the director’s chair. Judging from the promo pics recently released by Warner Brothers, it seems that Chris Pine is also set to return to the franchise – despite his character Steve Trevor apparently dying in battle in Wonder Woman. So, good news all round, then.

Get up to speed with 2018’s unmissable film releases in the gallery below…

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  • Warner Bros

    Ocean’s 8

    The prospect of a gender-flipped re-boot doesn’t always fill us with anticipation, but that’s not the case with Ocean’s 8, which has managed to cast – deep breath – Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, Sarah Paulson, Mindy Kaling, rapper and comedian Awkwafina and Rihanna as a gang of con artists orchestrating a jewel heist at the Met Gala (Anne Hathaway plays their target). Given the star power involved, here’s hoping they pull it off…
    Summer

  • On Chesil Beach

    Having earned her first Oscar nomination (aged just 13) for Atonement a decade ago, Saoirse Ronan returns for another Ian McEwan book-to-film adaptation (this one with a script by McEwan himself). Based on the Booker-nominated novella and set in 1962 (the year before sex ‘began,’ as Philip Larkin would put it in Annus Mirabilis) On Chesil Beach follows a newly married couple on their honeymoon, tentatively preparing to navigate the physical and emotional awkwardness of their first night together. Billy Howle stars opposite Ronan, alongside Emily Watson and Anne-Marie Duff.
    15th June

  • Thoroughbreds

    Playing out like a millennial Cruel Intentions with darker laughs and an even darker ending, Thoroughbreds is as poised and fast-paced as its title would suggest. Anya Taylor-Joy and Olivia Cooke make a compellingly twisted duo as Lily and Amanda, two privileged Connecticut teens who’d drifted apart until the latter’s mum bribes the former to assist her daughter with SAT prep. Type-A Lily soon becomes fascinated by Amanda – and by whispered rumours about her pet horse’s grim fate, too – and recruits her into an increasingly sinister campaign against her hateful stepfather.
    9th March

  • Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!

    Everyone’s favourite guilty pleasure musical (OK, my favourite guilty pleasure musical) is back for a sequel that’s also a prequel: Lily James plays the twenty-something iteration of Meryl Streep’s Donna, who’s torn between younger versions of the three love interests we met in the first film. As the story jumps from past to present, the old gang of Amanda Seyfried, Dominic Cooper, Colin Firth et al is back, but a question mark hangs over Donna’s fate – luckily, Cher has been drafted in for a cameo to distract from her absence. The question that no one’s asking, though, is how have the producers eked out a sequel when the first film tore through almost every song on ABBA: Gold?
    20th July

  • Disney

    Mary Poppins Returns

    53 years after Mary Poppins floated into the London sky, umbrella in hand, Emily Blunt will take on Julie Andrews’ iconic role in an all-singing, all-dancing sequel – and as far as re-castings go, this one appears to be practically perfect in every way. Set in 1930s London, Mary Poppins Returns picks up with Jane and Michael Banks (played by Emily Mortimer and Ben Whishaw) as adults with children of their own. Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, Angela Lansbury, Julie Walters and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda (who’s also worked on the musical numbers) round out an all-star cast.
    25th December

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    First Man

    Ryan Gosling re-teams with La La Land director Damien Chazelle for a new biopic that’s stratospheres away from his love letter to old Hollywood musicals. First Man follows Neil Armstrong (Gosling) as he prepares to make the first landing on the Moon. The Crown’s Claire Foy joins him as Janet, Armstrong’s wife, in what will doubtless be her most awards-friendly role since taking on Queen Elizabeth II. Chazelle’s film, which he’s previously described as ‘a mission movie’ over a straightforward biopic, has been in development since 2014, and features a script by Josh Singer, who wrote 2016’s Best Picture winner Spotlight.

  • eOne

    The Post

    Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg and the Pentagon Papers leak: everything about The Post implies guaranteed success come awards season. Its subject matter, too, couldn’t feel more timely. Streep plays Washington Post publisher Katherine Graham, the lone woman in the editorial boys’ club, as she grapples with the ethical implications of her paper publishing (or not publishing) a classified report which reveals how successive US governments had stepped up the conflict in Vietnam. In other words, it’s about holding those in power to account. A must-watch.
    19th January

  • Marvel

    Black Panther

    It doesn’t arrive in cinemas until next month, but Black Panther – the first standalone movie in Marvel’s extensive stable to be fronted by a black superhero – is already setting records, beating Captain America: Civil War to become the studio’s most pre-ordered film in the 24 hours after tickets became available. As T’Challa, the hero of the title, Chadwick Boseman heads up a cast that features Angela Bassett, Lupita Nyong’o, Michael B. Jordan and Get Out’s Daniel Kaluuya. Here’s to a future where Marvel movies don’t exclusively star white guys named Chris…
    12th February

  • Warner Bros

    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald

    After 2016’s inaugural Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them comes the second in a planned five-part series, bearing the ever-so-slightly cumbersome title The Crimes of Grindelwald. Plot details have, of course, been kept largely under wraps, but we can expect to see Eddie Redmayne’s Newt Scamander teaming up with Jude Law’s Young Dumbledore to take down the dark wizard of the title. Johnny Depp’s casting has (rightly) proved controversial: can the producers’ decision to stand by the star in the wake of domestic abuse allegations stand up in the Times Up era?
    16th November

  • Disney

    A Wrinkle In Time

    Madeleine L’Engle’s fantasy epic isn’t widely read this side of the Atlantic, but it’s a beloved childhood favourite for many US readers. Now, the novel is getting the Disney blockbuster treatment with Ava DuVernay, the woman behind Selma and last year’s The 13th, on directing duties. Joining her to tell the story of Meg (played by 14-year-old Storm Reid), a young girl who travels through space and time in search of her missing scientist father are Reese Witherspoon, Oprah Winfrey, Mindy Kaling and Chris Pine.

    9th March

  • Solo: A Star Wars Story

    Fashioning a back story for one of the most iconic screen characters of all time is no small task, and for a moment, it seemed like the latest addition to the Star Wars spin-off universe would end up trapped in development hell: the film’s two directors, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller parted with Disney due to the classic ‘creative differences’ halfway through production, with Ron Howard drafted in at last minute to wrap things up. All this behind-the-scenes drama only serves to make Solo: A Star Wars Story the more intriguing. Set to mark a tonal shift from past installments (it’s been billed as having a comedy-meets-western feel, whatever that means), it’ll see Alden Ehrenreich stepping into Harrison Ford’s shoes, with Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian and Emilia Clarke, Woody Harrelson, Thandie Newton and Phoebe Waller-Bridge in as-yet-undisclosed roles.
    25th May

  • Isle Of Dogs

    And for Wes Anderson’s follow-up to The Grand Budapest Hotel, aka the first harbinger of millennial pink? A stop-motion animation in the vein of his Fantastic Mr Fox, Isle of Dogs is set in a dystopian Japan in which dogs have been confined to a garbage-strewn island after an outbreak of canine flu. This being a Wes Anderson movie, the likes of Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton, Edward Norton, Bryan Cranston and Jeff Goldblum are among those voicing the menagerie of canine characters.
    30th March

  • Phantom Thread

    Daniel Day Lewis’ last role (or so he says – the three-time Oscar winner has a habit of announcing a career break then making a suitably dramatic return) sees him play a twisted 1950s couturier in Phantom Thread. So far, the film, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, has garnered five star reviews across the board and a clutch of awards nominations, too, while the dreamy New Look-style ball gowns are worthy of a real-life runway.
    2nd February

  • I, Tonya

    They say the truth is stranger than fiction: that seems, at least, to be entirely correct when it comes to the curious case of Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding, who fell from grace when she became implicated in a brutal attack on Nancy Kerrigan, her team mate and rival. To play Tonya (and to play against her superlative looks), Margot Robbie was transformed with layer upon layer of prosthetics. A classic awards tactic, yes, but one that’s apparently paid off: her performance has so far earned nominations from both the Golden Globes and the BAFTAs.
    16th February

  • Red Sparrow

    Jennifer Lawrence goes full femme fatale in Red Sparrow, playing a Russian ballerina who’s forcibly recruited by the secret service. Once she has been trained up as a super-spy, she begins to question her loyalties when she embarks upon a relationship with a CIA agent. Based on that synopsis, we’re expecting glossy, high octane thrills, with J. Law back in quasi-superheroine mode after a post-Hunger Games and X-Men lull. Charlotte Rampling, Joel Edgerton and Matthias Schoenaerts also star.
    2nd March

  • The Shape Of Water

    If you were enchanted by the dark dreamscape of Pan’s Labryinth, Guillermo del Toro’s fantastical Spanish Civil War allegory, prepare to get excited for The Shape of Water, a 60s-set love story that’s also a B-movie thriller. Sally Hawkins is expected to pick up an Oscar nomination for her performance as a mute cleaning lady who’s captivated by a fish-man hybrid held in the high-security lab where she works. A touching romance that’s far from the Hollywood norm unfolds, and like many of this year’s awards hopefuls, it’s not hard to read between the lines to infer a timely message, one of tolerance and acceptance.

    14th February

  • Molly’s Game

    If you haven’t already caught Molly’s Game, the directorial debut from West Wing screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, may we kindly recommend that you do so, ASAP? Flawlessly delivering Sorkin’s trademark mile-a-minute dialogue, Jessica Chastain gives an electrifying, can’t-take-your-eyes-off-the-screen performance as Molly Bloom, the former Olympic skier who became the host of an underground Hollywood poker game which eventually counted A-listers and billionaires among its players.
    Out now

  • Mary, Queen of Scots

    Saoirse Ronan stars as the ill-fated Mary Stuart, the Scottish queen who became embroiled in intrigue when she made a play for the British throne, in this first screen effort from Josie Rourke, the departing Donmar Warehouse creative director. It also marks Margot Robbie’s second film make-under of the year, decked out in ashy white make-up and a flaming red wig to play Elizabeth I, Mary’s cousin and rival. The likes of David Tennant, Guy Pearce and Joe Alwyn also star.
    November

  • Annihilation

    From the director of Ex Machina, Alex Garland, comes Annihilation, a sci-fi-horror-thriller mash-up that promises to be just as cerebral and troubling as its predecessor. Based on the novel by US writer Jeff VanderMeer, it’ll star Natalie Portman as a biologist who joins an all-female expeditionary group (featuring Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez and Tessa Thompson) venturing into an environmental disaster zone. If new reports prove correct, it’s set to sidestep a cinema release in the UK, instead dropping onto our Netflix dashboards this spring.
    Spring

  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    A pitch-black tragicomedy from the writer of In Bruges, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri sees Frances McDormand as a grieving mother burning with righteous anger: after local police are no closer to catching her daughter’s killer one year on from the murder, she rents a trio of billboards in an attempt to shame them out of their stupor. While the film has already proved critically divisive (with its problems centring around the racist cop played by Sam Rockwell), McDormand’s blistering foul-mouthed performance is certainly worth your attention.

    Out now

  • Lady Bird

    As far as concepts go, Greta Gerwig directing Saoirse Ronan in a coming-of-age story set in early Noughties California might sound too good to be true, but that’s Lady Bird’s exact premise. Having already proved a major hit with US cinemagoers and critics (landing – for a time – the coveted 100 percent rating on review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes), it’ll finally arrive on UK screens in the thick of awards season in February. Manchester By The Sea’s Lucas Hedges and Call Me By Your Name’s Timothée Chalamet pop up as the self-nicknamed ‘Lady Bird’s love interests, while Laurie Metcalf is generating Oscar buzz with her nuanced performance as the title character’s mother.
    16th February

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Ocean’s 8

The prospect of a gender-flipped re-boot doesn’t always fill us with anticipation, but that’s not the case with Ocean’s 8, which has managed to cast – deep breath – Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, Sarah Paulson, Mindy Kaling, rapper and comedian Awkwafina and Rihanna as a gang of con artists orchestrating a jewel heist at the Met Gala (Anne Hathaway plays their target). Given the star power involved, here’s hoping they pull it off…
Summer

Gal Gadot was pregnant while shooting for Wonder Woman

That’s called being a ‘Wonder Woman’ in real life too! Actor Gal Gadot was pregnant during much of the shooting of Wonder Woman, a film that has been breaking box office globally. The Israeli actor plays a superhero in the film.

Gal was five months pregnant when she had to return to the studio for some reshoots of the film in November last year. It took some CGI magic to hide her baby bump. At London’s Leavesden Studios, the costume designer had to redo her dress, cutting a portion of it and putting a green cloth so that her figure could be altered in postproduction, reports Business Insider.

“On close-up I looked very much like Wonder Woman. On wide shots I looked very funny, like Wonder Woman pregnant with Kermit the Frog,” Gal was reported as saying.

The story goes that for one scene director Patty Jenkins wanted something extra after seeing a cut of the film. In the scene, Diana Prince (Gal) and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) are seen walking to the frontlines of the WWI, and have a serious conversation about the horrors of war.

“That scene was just a slightly tense scene of them walking. I was like ‘I need her to see some brutality’,” Jenkins told The Hollywood Reporter. “So we added her seeing the horses being whipped. It was actually something that had been in the script originally.”

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Actress Throws On Her ‘Wonder Woman’ Costume To Film, Despite Being 5 Months Pregnant

Jess is a curly-haired Jersey girl who adores penguins and watches the worst reality shows on TV.

Although she is an actress who plays one of the world’s favorite superheroes, Gal Gadot showed off her own super powers in real life.

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The 31-year-old mom revealed that she was five months pregnant during reshoots for the 2017 Wonder Woman film!

She was already pregnant during her original shoot for Wonder Woman, but by the time reshoots rolled around, her stomach had gotten bigger and her bump had to be hidden.

Wonder Woman producer Chuck Rover told Advertisement

She still had to be fierce. That was special. I’ve been doing this for awhile but I’ve never that had that experience before.”” target=”_blank”>Entertainment Weekly

: “Part of what we were doing was augmenting some of the final action piece. She couldn’t do a huge amount of physical activity, but she was being aggressive. She still had to be fierce. That was special. I’ve been doing this for a while, but I’ve never that had that experience before.”

Luckily, Gal and her Wonder Woman team were able to disguise her baby bump and cut into her superhero suit to capture all of the perfect shots they needed.

Keep scrolling to find out more about how they made it all happen!

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