Wonder Woman: Gal Gadot Talks About Becoming A Superhero At Comic-Con 2015

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“The Women Who Kick Ass” panel at the Comic-Con International 2015 in San Diego, California featured a group of great actresses who are badasses at kicking bad-guy-butt.

These actress came to the convention to discuss their characters. The panel also talked about women in media, future roles for women in the genre, and their inspirations for their characters.

Actresses Gwendoline Christie of the Game of Thrones, Haley Atwell of Agent Carter, Gal Gadot who stars as the new Wonder Woman in Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Jenna Coleman of Doctor Who, and Kathy Bates from the American Horror Story gathered together at Hall H in San Diego on Saturday.

At the convention, Gadot was welcomed by rousing applause. The stunning Israeli actress talked about the first time she put on her Wonder Woman suit: “We got into another room and I saw the costume for the first time. And we had a fitting, and it was an out-of-body experience — there I was, little Gal from Israel becoming Wonder Woman.”

“I think it really represents the Wonder Woman of today, I’m very grateful to be the one who is going to bring her to life,” Gadot, 30, says.

A fellow Israeli spoke Hebrew to Gadot and asked her to share her experience and success in Hollywood coming from “our very small country.”

Gadot replied, “All the clichés are right. I really believe now that it doesn’t matter where you come from… if you’re persistent and if you’re good, if you’re trying your best and being proactive.”

Fans can watch Gal Gadot play Wonder Woman in theaters coming March 2016.

Val Powell
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