Over the weekend, Gal Gadot shared a series of photos on her Instagram page, featuring her in a stylish swimsuit that exuded a classic 1960s vibe.
With a playful expression, the 37-year-old actress who played Wonder Woman struck a pose for a series of black and white photos. Her dark one-piece accentuated her envy-worthy, slender figure, showcasing her stunningly long legs.
Gal Gadot strikes her best poses while sitting on a director’s chair in a serene backyard. She gracefully tied her hair up, and wrapped it with a towel in a chic style.
Gal Gadot has some exciting movie projects in the works, including a remake of the classic Alfred Hitchcock romance thriller, To Catch A Thief. Originally based on David Dodge’s mystery novel, the 1955 film features Cary Grant and Grace Kelly in lead roles. However, Gal is not limiting herself to just one movie and is exploring other Old Hollywood classics as well.
In terms of movies, she has some exciting projects in the works. One is a remake of the classic romance thriller To Catch A Thief, originally starring Cary Grant and Grace Kelly, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Additionally, she is set to star in and produce a film about the iconic Egyptian queen, Cleopatra. However, there has been some criticism about her being cast as a white actress playing a historical figure who was most likely not white. To address this backlash, Gal recently spoke out on BBC Arabic, stating that Cleopatra was actually of Macedonian descent, rather than Egyptian. It remains to be seen how audiences will react to this upcoming portrayal.
Gal Gadot’s recent casting as Cleopatra has sparked controversy, but it’s not the first time her casting has been called into question. Her role as Wonder Woman also caused political backlash due to her service in the Israel Defense Forces. As a co-producer on the film, Gadot explained that they were initially looking for a Macedonian actress for the role but couldn’t find the right fit. She expressed her admiration for Cleopatra and hopes to celebrate her legacy. Gadot even challenged other filmmakers to create their own version of the story, as she plans to do with her own passion project.