Vin Diesel and Gal Gadot were pictured spending time with their families in the Hollywood Hills, as shared by the 49-year-old actor on social media. In a Facebook post, the star of The Fate of the Furious wrote, “When we aren’t playing superheroes… All love,” as he held his nine-year-old daughter Hania, while the Wonder Woman star, 32, bottle-fed her three-month-old daughter Maya. In the shot, the former co-stars were dressed casually, with Diesel sporting a white polo shirt with light plaid shorts, while the Israeli beauty wore a floral gown with her dark locks pulled back.
Celebrity actors Vin Diesel and Gal Gadot spent a relaxed Friday with their families in Hollywood Hills, California, despite ruling the box office. Diesel, who played Dominic Toretto in the Fast and Furious franchise for the past 16 years, worked with Gadot on three films in the series. Gadot portrayed Gisele in Fast and Furious, Fast Five, and Fast and Furious 6, while her character’s picture appeared in Furious 7. Gadot has a five-year-old daughter named Alma with her husband, Israeli hotelier Yaron Varsano, while Diesel has two children with girlfriend Paloma Jimenez, six-year-old son Vincent and two-year-old daughter Pauline. Both stars have had an amazing summer season as their respective film releases have soared to amazing heights amidst a hit-or-miss season at the box office.
In this Instagram photo taken on Saturday, Diesel can be seen relaxing with his nine-year-old daughter Hania.
Gal Gadot, who is seen here on Friday all glammed up, has become one of the biggest breakout stars of the year with her leading role in the smash hit Wonder Woman. The film finished second over the weekend with $25.2 million domestically, according to Box Office Mojo. It has taken in $318 million stateside and $652 million internationally, making it the highest-grossing live-action motion picture ever with a female director, in Patty Jenkins. The film surpassed Phyllida Lloyd’s 2008 adaptation Mamma Mia! for the record, which previously stood at $609.8 million. Diesel’s The Fate of the Furious, which has taken in more than $225 million in the states, has made more than $1.23 billion internationally, good enough for the 11th top-earning film of all-time.
Diesel expressed his pride for Gadot’s success in an Instagram post earlier this month, featuring a photo of the two posing together. They are both considered “selfie-stars.”