Gal Gadot's daughter hasn't seen 'Wonder Woman' yet

Gal Gadot's daughter hasn't seen 'Wonder Woman' yet

It comes after Gal - who also has Maya, nine months, with her husband Yaron Versano - admitted she gets "really emotional and excited" by her young fans. It was very clear for Patty from the beginning that she wanted this story to be universal, so everyone can relate in different ways to the journey of this character. Raised on a sheltered island paradise, when an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. All of us are very different and we're all going to do different things.

When the interview inquired as to whether she would have refused to come back if Jenkins had not been given the sequel gig, Gadot said, "I didn't need to". No one tried to take anyone's credit.

And Gal admits the success and scale of the movie hasn't truly sunk in for her yet as it's too soon. "Everyone was on the same page".

Although Wonder Woman garnered near-universal acclaim following its release a year ago - including a nomination at the WGA Awards this week - one person who didn't seem to be much of a fan was James Cameron, with the Titanic and Avatar director describing the movie as a "step backwards" for the representation of females on screen. "I didn't want to give him the stage", Gadot said.

"It's any filmmaker's dream to have an impact on the art form that they work in - and I hope that I do with everything that I do - and I so appreciate being honoured in any way for that". When it happened, the timing of when it happened, he was promoting another movie of his.

She added: "Right now, in the eye of the storm, I enjoy it and I appreciate the awesome feedback".

Gal Gadot has finally broken her silence on James Cameron's criticism of "Wonder Woman".

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