Gal Gadot Is In Final Talks To Play Evil Queen In Disney’s ‘Snow White’ Live-Action Remake

The live-action remake of the animated classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is currently in development with Rachel Zegler playing the legendary princess who had to run from her jealous stepmother.

Now, looks like we know who that stepmother is going to be. According to Deadline, Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot is in final negotiations to play the famous Evil Queen with a poisonous apple.

Original Snow White fairytale was written by the Grimm brothers in 1812. But the Snow White would’ve only been the mere fairytale if it didn’t hit the working desk of Walt Disney. The 1937 movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is the first full-length animated feature film ever and the first Disney classic ever. Lucille La Verne voiced the Evil Queen in the original classic.

Snow White will be the next Disney movie in the series of live-action remakes after Cinderella, The Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Dumbo, The Lion King, and many others. Rachel Zegler was announced last summer to play the titular princess, and the production is set to begin next year.

Gal Gadot’s newest movie Red Notice will premiere on November 12 on Netflix. She’s also set to return in Wonder Woman 3, and to star in upcoming projects Death on the Nile, Irena Sendler, Cleopatra, Heart of Stone, and untitled Hedy Lemarr TV show.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs live-action remake still has no official release date.


Gal Gadot Is In Final Talks To Play Evil Queen In Disney’s ‘Snow White’ Live-Action Remake

The live-action remake of the animated classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is currently in development with Rachel Zegler playing the legendary princess who had to run from her jealous stepmother.

Now, looks like we know who that stepmother is going to be. According to Deadline, Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot is in final negotiations to play the famous Evil Queen with a poisonous apple.

Original Snow White fairytale was written by the Grimm brothers in 1812. But the Snow White would’ve only been the mere fairytale if it didn’t hit the working desk of Walt Disney. The 1937 movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is the first full-length animated feature film ever and the first Disney classic ever. Lucille La Verne voiced the Evil Queen in the original classic.

Snow White will be the next Disney movie in the series of live-action remakes after Cinderella, The Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Dumbo, The Lion King, and many others. Rachel Zegler was announced last summer to play the titular princess, and the production is set to begin next year.

Gal Gadot’s newest movie Red Notice will premiere on November 12 on Netflix. She’s also set to return in Wonder Woman 3, and to star in upcoming projects Death on the Nile, Irena Sendler, Cleopatra, Heart of Stone, and untitled Hedy Lemarr TV show.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs live-action remake still has no official release date.

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