Gal Gadot who’s playing Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and in her own solo film set to release in 2017 and in general in the DC Extended Universe, spoke a bit with Vanity Fair on her casting of Wonder Woman and the criticism towards her casting.
Gadot’s career took on speed with three more Furious movies and her high-profile casting as Wonder Woman in next year’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The willowy beauty has taken some heat for not being as buxom as the DC Comics character, but she points out that Amazons did not prize large breasts. Meanwhile, she’s in two upcoming thrillers—Criminal and Triple Nine—and has just been signed as the face of Gucci fragrance. Add to that a family—her “amazing husband, very much woman-friendly,” she attests, and their daughter, Alma, three years old—and “there’s a lot of responsibility,” she says. “I’m very grateful for what I have, but it’s on me to make it right. And I’m happy for it.”
To read the full interview head over to Vanityfair.com and to view Gal Gadot’s photoshoot with Vanity Fair, watch the video below:
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