Gal Gadot Shares Training Photo For ‘Justice League’

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Our Diana Prince continues to build upon her own strength – both on camera and off. Gal Gadot, who has wrapped production on Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman a few months back and is currently undergoing production on Zack Snyder’s Justice League as we speak shared a photo on Wednesday of her boxing as she trains for DC’s upcoming superhero team-up.

Gadot has proven to me that she has put in the work to portraying Wonder Woman beautifully. She has shown the strength, courage, and femininity that the character epitomizes, and even though the intense training regimen is something that is par-for-the-course with the superhero movie craze these days, it is nice to see that she continues to push herself physically. I cannot wait to see more of Diana in the DCEU.

You can check out the photo she shared down below. Meanwhile, for your latest DC fix, continue following us here at Heroic Hollywood. There are a lot of stories for you to find thanks to this weekend’s release of Suicide Squad, which is finally in theaters.

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

Directed by Zack Snyder and starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, Amy Adams, J.K. Simmons, Willem Dafoe, Amber Heard, and Jesse Eisenberg, Justice League opens in theaters on November 17, 2017.

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  • Carl

    But can she act? I’m still waiting to find that out.

    • SAMURAI36

      Are you still talking that nonsense?

      • Carl

        Has she proven she can yet? No. I’ll wait til she has her 1st big role in WW to decide.

        • SAMURAI36

          She can act about as much as the lead women in Marvel can act… Oh wait a minute, Marvel doesn’t have any lead women…

          • Carl

            She’s certainly no Scarlet Johansen, Zoe Saldana or Brie Larson. lol

          • SAMURAI36

            And yet, with the exception of 1, none of those you named have gotten, nor will get their own leading roles in movies. Go figure.

          • SAMURAI36

            Also, you act like Brie Larson is some sort of prize catch. She’s not some Oscar-winning actress either.

          • Carl

            Brie Larson won an academy award for best actress in Room. I don’t need to say anymore.

          • SAMURAI36

            Oh yeah, Room…. You mean, that film that nobody saw? Did YOU even see it?

          • Carl

            Yes. It was excellent. Why does the amount of people seeing it matter?

            I also liked her in 21 Jump Street and Scott Pilgrim.

          • SAMURAI36

            It matters, because the greater audience doesn’t know her, & thats the audience that has to accept her.

            LOL, Scott pilgrim…. A bunch of terrible films, that she wasn’t even in a lead role in.

          • Carl

            Scott Pilgrim was great. 10 times the movie that BvS was.

            When comparing Gal Gadot with Brie Larson your argument holds no weight. Gal is known for nothing but a small forgettable role in some Fast and Furious movies. Brie has been in many movies and shows. She isn’t a widely known household name yet but she is an up and comer. Her role in Room got her huge recognition and Marvel has been praised for her casting. Gal’s casting was highly questioned for BvS.

          • SAMURAI36

            LMAO, Scott Pilgrim was hot garbage on a Windy Chicago day. The dumbest plotline I’ve ever seen, next to a Marvel movie. It did so bad in the theaters, that it did only a third of its budget, which was only about $30M to begin with.

            Larsen is a relative nobody. Which is fitting, since the character she’s playing is a relative nobody as well. This is Marvel’s attempt to catch up with DC, with their poor man’s version of WW.

            Despite the narrative that Marvel is trying to sell fools like you, Captain Marvel isn’t really that popular of a character. Her book hardly sells, & has even been cancelled more than once.

            The reality is, Marvel doesn’t have a true WW equivalent. CM doesn’t have the presence in Marvel that WW has in DC’s lore.

            So a relatively mediocre actress playing a relatively mediocre character, isn’t the same risk as a (admittedly) mediocre actress playing one of the greatest roles of all time.

            Meanwhile, at least Gal Gadot has had lots of notoriety with the F&F franchise.

          • Carl

            So you think reviews don’t matter but box office success determines a movie’s quality? So you love all the Transformers movies then.

            DC will forever be playing catch up with Marvel. When you can take relatively unknown characters and make great movies with them, you’ll never be in trouble.

            DC has managed to mess up Batman, Superman and the SS so I don’t expect them to do WW justice.

            It doesn’t matter that Marvel doesn’t have a WW equal, no one does, she’s uniquely iconic. What they will likely do though is make CM very popular and A list like they did with Iron Man and the rest.

            So yeah an up and comer academy award winning actress in a Marvel movie is a huge deal. Everyone except you is excited about that decision. A total unknown that was forgotten in her only small role playing a superhero icon is also a big deal but she is going to be heavily scrutinized. There is huge pressure in the WW movie now. I wish them good luck. They’ll need it.

          • SAMURAI36

            So you think reviews don’t matter but box office success determines a movie’s quality?

            I never said anything about “quality”. I merely said what people like. People buy what they like, and don’t buy what they don’t like. It’s that simple.

            Obviously very few people like SP, which is why it FLOPPED in the theaters.

            So you love all the Transformers movies then.

            TF’s are okay, nothing special. But I get why those movies are so popular, just like, unfortunately, I also get why Marvel movies are so popular, which is the EXACT same reason TF’s are popular.

            DC will forever be playing catch up with Marvel.

            More of this Marvelist narrative. Actually, Marvel is just now catching up with DC, not vice versa. It’s sad that people have to be constantly reminded of this, in light of the revisionist history that you Marvel Zombies keep trying to sell. It’s almost on the level of how Public Schools keep trying to wipe the Trans-Atlantic Slave trade from the History textbooks. But I digress..

            When you can take relatively unknown characters and make great movies with them, you’ll never be in trouble.

            Actually, I do agree with this, but for differing reasons from what you are trying to assert here.

            DC has managed to mess up Batman, Superman and the SS so I don’t expect them to do WW justice.

            LMAO, they “messed up” Batman? When did that happen? You know what, never mind, don’t answer that.

            But guess what? It doesn’t matter what you think, because just like with Scott Pilgrim, YOU’RE IN THE MINORITY.

            It doesn’t matter that Marvel doesn’t have a WW equal, no one does, she’s uniquely iconic. What they will likely do though is make CM very popular and A list like they did with Iron Man and the rest.

            It took an A-list actor to make Iron Man popular. They didn’t make Thor “very popular”, nor the Hulk. Did they make Ant-Man popular? How popular are the characters on AoShit?

            But I’m glad you acknowledge that Marvel has nothing like WW. And it’s only because DC decided to do a WW film, that Marvel even opted to move forward with CM. Remember, your Marvel overlord Perlmutter doesn’t like women.

            So yeah an up and comer academy award winning actress in a Marvel movie is a huge deal. Everyone except you is excited about that decision. A total unknown that was forgotten in her only small role playing a superhero icon is also a big deal but she is going to be heavily scrutinized. There is huge pressure in the WW movie now. I wish them good luck. They’ll need it.

            And yet, despite all the anti-DC sentiment, DC continues to thrive. They continue to make millions of dollars, despite negative reviews, and all the pro-Marvel haters like yourself trying to tear them down for being different.

            So you can keep your luck.