Wonder Woman 1984: Gal Gadot Shares New Behind-The-Scenes Images For The Movie’s First Anniversary

DC movie Wonder Woman 1984 was released exactly one year ago. After it was delayed a couple of times due to the pandemic, WB decided to release it simultaneously in theaters and on HBOMax on Christmas Day 2020. Although the movie received mixed to negative reviews, it was still a success, especially for HBOMax who was still a new streaming service at the time. The movie grossed only $167 million worldwide against its production budget of $200 million. However, the movie was the most-watched straight-to-streaming movie of 2020, which was enough for WB to announce a sequel only a few days after the premiere.

While Wonder Woman 3 is in development, with no release date set, Gadot shared some new images from the set of WW84. Gadot expressed her gratefulness for playing the world’s most known heroine and said she cannot wait to step into the boots of Wonder Woman again, teasing the upcoming Wonder Woman 3.

WW84 is one year old! Can’t believe it’s been a whole year since this incredible movie came out and touched so many hearts! I’m so grateful and honored to be playing such an amazing character, to spread her powerful message and to share her wonder with all of you. Can’t wait to be back in those boots…” — Gal Gadot on her official Instagram account

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Gal Gadot debuted as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman in 2016’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. She reprised the role in her own movie a year later. Although the first movie was praised by critics and the audience, the second one was met with mixed to negative reviews, which left some fans worried about the third installment. Gadot teased last month that the script for the third movie is being written, and it will reportedly be the first Wonder Woman movie set in the present day.

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