According to Gal Gadot, Wonder Woman is the perfect hero for young girls to look up to. The actress, who plays the iconic character, believes that Wonder Woman’s gender is not an issue as she treats everyone equally. In an interview with Collider.com, Gadot shared her enthusiasm about portraying this inspiring superhero and how it can positively impact young women.
Gal Gadot, a 31-year-old actress, believes that Wonder Woman is the perfect role model for young girls and is becoming increasingly popular.
Gal, who starred alongside Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill in Batman V Superman – Dawn Of Justice in 2016, has proven that she is just as good as the boys. According to the star, she comes from a world where men and women are equal, and being a man or a woman is not a defining factor. Gal believes that she can do anything and will go for it. The character of Wonder Woman is a peace seeker and would always try to resolve conflicts in a non-violent way. Gal loves this aspect of Wonder Woman, and it resonated with her when she had a conversation with her five-year-old daughter about female role models. With her second child on the way, Gal is proving that women can be strong and successful in both their personal and professional lives.
Gadot discussed Wonder Woman’s admirable qualities beyond her physical abilities, describing her as a seeker of peace. In a recent conversation with her daughter, Gadot challenged the notion that princesses are weak and encouraged her daughter to think differently about female characters in stories.
The WW advertisement captures the essence of the Amazonian princess in just a few words – ‘Power. Grace. Wisdom. Wonder’. It’s clear that she possesses all the qualities required to be a formidable force.
The talented Gal Gadot made a brief appearance in the 2016 movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice as the iconic superhero, Wonder Woman. She is set to play the same character in both Justice League and Justice League Part Two. In an interview, Gadot expressed her pride in being a part of the upcoming Wonder Woman film. She highlighted the importance of strong female characters in movies, stating that young girls need role models who are proactive, fearless, and believe in themselves. Gadot emphasized that while boys have always had heroes like Superman, Batman, and Spider-Man to look up to, girls have often been portrayed as passive princesses in need of saving. The Wonder Woman film is set to hit theaters on June 2, 2017.