“Joyful Memories: Gal Gadot’s Playful Flashback on TikTok from the Wonder Woman 1984 Set”

Wonder Woman 1984, starring Gal Gadot, has been a huge success in cinemas. The actress delighted fans by sharing a playful moment from the movie set on TikTok, where she displayed her dancing talents for the first time on the platform. In the clip, Gadot looked effortlessly cool in a bright pink sweater dress and neon accessories, channeling an 80s-inspired aesthetic as she boogied to the iconic song Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper alongside her hair and makeup team.

Goofing off: Gal Gadot shared her first dancing TikTok on Tuesday, posting a fun behind-the-scenes moment from the set of Wonder Woman 1984

On Tuesday, Gal Gadot shared her very first TikTok video, showcasing her fun and playful side. The video was shot on the set of Wonder Woman 1984, where Gadot was getting ready with her team of professionals wearing face shields as an added precaution against COVID-19. The outdoor setup ensured maximum ventilation and safety. In the clip, Gadot can be seen lip-syncing to music while her glam squad joins in and dances along. Gadot herself even gets into the groove, throwing her hands up in the air while seated.

Totally rad! The Israeli actress, 35, was the epitome of 80s-chic as she donned a pink sweater dress and neon accessories while rocking out to the Cyndi Lauper classic Girls Just Wanna Have Fun with her hair and makeup team

Isn’t it amazing? This Israeli actress, aged 35, totally rocked the 80s vibe! She donned a trendy pink sweater dress and paired it up with some striking neon accessories. Along with her team of makeup and hair artists, she sang and danced her heart out to Cyndi Lauper’s chartbuster “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.”

Glad squad: Gal looked like she was having a blast as she sat down and got glam from a trio of pros wearing face shields to combat the spread of coronavirus

Safety protocol: Adding another layer of safety, the star's dressing room was a outdoors in the fresh air, instead of inside a stuffy trailer

The joyful team: Gal couldn’t hide her excitement as she sat down and witnessed the amazing change from a team of serious individuals wearing face shields for COVID-19 protection to a happy and relaxed crew.

Irresistible: As Gadot lip-synced her hair and makeup team got down to business, but they couldn't help but break into dance once the famous chorus came

As Gal Gadot got ready to lip-sync, her hair and makeup team couldn’t resist dancing to the famous chorus. Gadot uploaded some behind-the-scenes pictures of her funky look on Instagram, where she shared the fun moment. In her post’s caption, Gadot joked about her first dance on Tiktok and urged her followers to check it out. The successful opening weekend of Patty Jenkins’ film may have added to Gadot’s high spirits, breaking pandemic box-office records with a North American gross of $16.7 million.

Teaser: Gal teased the silly moment on Instagram, posting similar behind the scenes snaps of her funky look.

Gal Gadot, the renowned Hollywood actress, recently took to Instagram to share some candid moments of her unique appearance. She posted a series of fun behind-the-scenes photos that playfully teased the silly moment. In these snapshots, Gal is seen sporting an eccentric outfit and experimenting with various styles, showcasing her fun side. Fans were delighted by this post and appreciated the actress for sharing her humorous side with them.

Silly stuff: She poked fun at herself in the caption, writing: 'My first time dancing on Tiktok! Never knew the day would come but here it is - me - dancing - on tiktok. Go check it out!'

She jokingly poked fun at herself in the caption, admitting that she never expected to be dancing on TikTok, but lo and behold, there she was. Despite Wonder Woman 1984’s opening earnings being significantly lower than the original film, Warner Bros. still views it as a success due to the limited number of cinemas open in the US. Additionally, the studio has announced that they are moving ahead with a third installment of the franchise, featuring Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins once again. While HBO Max also debuted the movie, it’s unclear how many viewers it garnered through the streaming service. As per Variety, most of the movie’s US ticket sales came from private watch parties, where individuals rented out entire screening rooms for approximately $100 each.

Blockbuster: Wonder Woman 1984 is the highest-grossing theatrical release of the pandemic. The flick bowed in movie theaters on Christmas Day and took in $16.7 million at the North American box office over the weekend

Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, Wonder Woman 1984 has emerged as a top-performing movie release. The film premiered on Christmas Day in theaters and managed to earn an impressive $16.7 million in North America alone over the weekend. Its international gross has also contributed significantly to its success, bringing its global total to $85 million as of Sunday. To put this into perspective, the original Wonder Woman film released in 2017 garnered a record-breaking opening for a female filmmaker and ultimately earned $822 million worldwide. With a production cost of around $200 million, the sequel was expected to approach $1 billion in box office receipts before the pandemic disrupted the industry. However, current projections suggest that it will earn around $180 million, according to Variety.

The numbers:  While it's a drop in the ocean compared to the $100m opening generated by the original 2017 Wonder Woman film, it's still judged a success. Warner Bros.  announced Sunday it's fast tracking a third Wonder Woman film with Gadot and director Patty Jenkins returning

While Wonder Woman 1984 may not have reached the same level of box office success as its predecessor, it’s still being seen as a positive outcome. Warner Bros. has announced that they are starting production on a third movie, which will feature Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins in their respective roles once again.

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