Gal Gadot
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Israel
2020

Pilot Wave

Gal
Gadot

On the heels of the record-setting earner “Wonder Woman” in 2017 ($822 million in global box office gross), Gadot returns to super-form in “Wonder Woman 1984,” a film that’s been shuffled countless times since the COVID-19 shutdown and is now set to debut in theaters and on HBO Max the same day. But the Israeli-born Gadot is also widening her heroic universe, with a role in Kenneth Branagh’s mystery thriller “Death on the Nile” and production company Pilot Wave, which she launched with husband Jaron Varsano. Pilot Wave is producing the upcoming “Hedy Lamarr” at Apple TV Plus and historical thriller “Irena Sendler” with Warner Bros., both of which are starring vehicles for Gadot. Still, she’s hardly dodging action flicks, starring opposite Ryan Reynolds and Dwayne Johnson for Netflix’s “Red Notice,” which wrapped during the pandemic.

Career

  • RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET
  • WONDER WOMAN 1984
  • DEATH ON THE NILE

Education

  • Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (Israel)

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • Women's Impact
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Box Office: 'Wonder Woman 1984' Sputters in China, Grosses $38.5 Million Overseas

Box Office: 'Wonder Woman 1984' Sputters in China, Grosses $38.5 Million Overseas

Diana Prince may be able to best Cheetah, but she's no match for a global pandemic."Wonder Woman 1984" opened to a less than heroic $18.8 million in China over the weekend and a disappointing $38.5 million overseas. That's far less than the $38 million that the first "Wonder Woman" grossed in its opening weekend in China and likely means that the follow-up will earn far less than the $90.5 million that its predecessor pulled in from the country over the...

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