Lynda Carter, the actress who famously played Wonder Woman on TV from 1975 to 1979, has given her opinion on Gal Gadot’s portrayal of the iconic superhero. Gadot first appeared as Wonder Woman in the movie “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and is set to star in her own standalone film next year. Despite being 64 years old now and a lounge singer, Carter has praised the new version of the character, calling it “cool” and saying that it only adds to the charm and legend of Wonder Woman.
Lynda Carter, the adored performer who played the role of Wonder Woman in the 70s TV series, shared her views on the newly released big-screen adaptation of the legendary superhero.
Gal Gadot brought a new perspective to the classic character of Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. She is thrilled about her role and looks forward to seeing the character grow even more. Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen are part of the cast of Gadot’s standalone movie, but Lynda Carter, the original Wonder Woman actress, is not involved. Nonetheless, Carter has expressed her appreciation for the superheroine, and she eagerly anticipates her future success.
Prepare yourself for an epic team-up as Gal Gadot teams up with Ben Affleck, who will portray Batman, and Henry Cavill, who will play the role of Superman. This trio is sure to deliver an unforgettable performance!
During the premiere of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in London, a woman graced the event with her stunning beauty, leaving everyone mesmerized. Her mother described her as a friendly and approachable person who had the ability to attract people towards her. Even though she is no longer with us, her presence lives on through all those who knew her. Playing the role of Wonder Woman was an unforgettable experience for her, especially because of the immense love and support she received from fans. What she appreciated the most was the way people embraced her character and shared their personal stories about how it brought them together.
The lounge singer and former actress praised the introduction of a new lady, describing it as timely and impressive. She also expressed her admiration for the lady’s charm and legendary status. The statement was accompanied by a picture of the singer from 1975.
Carter still holds a deep admiration for Wonder Woman, as she embodies relatable qualities that appeal to those who aspire to be like her or be her friend. She believes that there is a part of Wonder Woman in everyone, an undiscovered aspect waiting to be unveiled. Despite warnings about the potential envy her character’s sex appeal and action scenes could spark in female viewers, Carter was determined to portray Wonder Woman as a figure to look up to, emulate, and cherish as a friend. Her commitment to the role is evidenced by the fact that she owns not one, but two Wonder Woman costumes, which she plans to preserve better in the future. Moreover, Carter denies experiencing any physical discomfort while wearing the costume.
Carter has made a career shift to singing and has been hitting the road every year. When asked about her past as a model, she admitted that it was quite comfortable for her since she was small in stature and the clothes were not designed for normal-sized people like her, who stand at a lofty 5-foot-10-inches. However, things have changed over the years, especially after having two children, and Carter is no longer that teeny-tiny size. She now resides in Washington, D.C. with her husband Robert Altman, a businessman whom she’s been married to for 32 years.
Lynda Carter, the beloved television personality, was recently seen in the company of her daughter, Jessica, who is currently pursuing a law degree in Los Angeles. Fans of Carter can catch her upcoming shows at three different locations: the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater in D.C. on April 2, the Franklin Theatre in Nashville on April 9, and the Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City on April 22 and 23. Known for her passion for singing classics, Carter also enjoys putting her own spin on songs by artists like Jason Mraz, The Black Keys, Billie Holiday, and Patsy Cline, using the lyrics to tell unique stories. While it’s unlikely that she’ll make an appearance in any future Wonder Woman films, there’s a chance that viewers might spot her on the hit show Supergirl.