It’s quite surprising that she even bothers to put on make-up. Gal Gadot, the stunning actress who plays Wonder Woman, appeared without any make-up as she stepped out of her hotel in New York on Friday. She opted for a casual look, wearing distressed wide-leg jeans with flat sandals and a fitted navy crew neck top. It was the day that Wonder Woman was set to hit cinemas across the United States.
Gal Gadot was seen leaving her hotel in New York, looking radiant and ready to take on the world as Wonder Woman hit US theaters. Her hair was still damp from a recent wash and pulled back into a tight bun, while a pair of oversized sunglasses hid her gorgeous face. Despite this, the Israeli actress exuded confidence and excitement for her character’s big screen debut. It seems that this confidence is well-placed, as early reviews for the film have been overwhelmingly positive, with both critics and audiences giving it a 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
In a casual fashion choice, the individual, aged at 32 years old, wore distressed wide-leg jeans teamed with flat sandals and a fitted navy crew neck top for the significant occasion. The movie has already grossed nearly $19 million in foreign markets, surpassing the opening night earnings of competitors Logan and Captain America: The First Avenger from Marvel. Notably, it is the first superhero blockbuster directed by a woman, Patty Jenkins, known for her direction of Charlize Theron’s Monster in 2003. Additionally, it is the fourth addition to the DC Expanded Universe, following Man Of Steel, Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice, and Suicide Squad.
On the big day, she had just washed her hair, leaving it still damp, and tightly tied it up in a bun. Her stunning face was unfortunately hidden behind a pair of oversized sunglasses. The film, Wonder Woman, follows Diana of Themyscira, a demigoddess and an Amazon warrior, in her attempt to stop World War I after meeting fighter pilot Steve Trevor. As per People, the sales of Wonder Woman merchandise on eBay have more than doubled in the month leading up to the movie’s release. The most expensive item being sold is a collectible comic book of Wonder Woman #1, which only cost 10 cents in 1942 but is now on sale for $150,000.
The movie is doing great! According to initial reviews, it has received a lot of positive feedback. It currently holds an impressive 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, which is supported by both critics and viewers.