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Gal Gadot Says ‘I’ve Never Experienced That Before’ As She Reveals What She Thinks About Wonder Woman 1984

Gal Gadot Says ‘I’ve Never Experienced That Before’ As She Reveals What She Thinks About Wonder Woman 1984

Actress Gal Gadot has shared her thoughts about her Wonder Woman 1984 movie after watching it and admitted that she cried while watching Wonder Woman 1984 for the very first time.

Wonder Woman 1984 aired on HBO Max on December 25 and was given a wonderful Christmas gift for viewers. On December 26, the film’s lead actor Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins were featured in a live broadcast on Twitter.

During a recent interview with ‘Hello!,’ Gal Gadot, who plays Diana Prince and her titular alter ego in the DC movie, admitted that she cried while watching the movie and said she had never experienced this before. She said she only saw herself as a spectator while watching.

Here’s what Gal Gadot stated:

“I can’t tell you about the moment in the movie that made me cry other than it happens at the very beginning. I’ve never experienced that before. I was watching and all of a sudden I wasn’t the actress, the producer, or anything on set.”

Saying that she is a girl who grew up in the suburbs of Israel, Gadot said that she admired this character. She said she wasn’t someone who cries easily, but this character touched her deeply.

She continued:

“I was a little girl from a suburb in Israel watching this amazing character doing such incredible things. And I’m not an easy crier. I’m not the kind of woman who watches commercials and cries.

I just had such a strong reaction to this movie and it caught me off guard. Usually, I save my crying for special occasions… like when I’m pregnant!”

The 35-year-old actress also talked about how proud she is with the Wonder Woman character and said she has inspired many people. She said:

“It’s something I wasn’t really prepared for, so to see and hear the reaction from women, men, boys, and girls, is just incredible. There was one little boy I will always remember. He saw the movie and told his mother, ‘When I grow up, I want to be a woman.’ It was all because of ‘Wonder Woman’ and everything she stands for and symbolizes.”

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