Actors often have a hard time seeing their own performances. Most of the time, the illusion that you are watching a character other than yourself in a costume is difficult to accept. Gal Gadot recently revealed that this is an intimate part of creation Wonder Woman 1984 As a lead actress and producer, she still couldn’t help but be caught up in the on-screen fame of the Amazon superhero until she was moved to tears.
“I can’t tell you anything about the moment in the movie that made me cry, except when it happened at the beginning. I’ve never seen it before. I was watching and suddenly I wasn’t the actress, the producer or anything on set. I was a little girl from suburban Israel watching this amazing character do such incredible things. And I’m not a simple screamer. I’m not the kind of woman who sees commercials and cries that I am right now I’ve had such a strong reaction to this movie and it surprised me. I usually save my crying for special occasions … like when I’m pregnant! “
Wonder Woman 1984 is a sharp departure from its prequel as well as the rest of the DCEU. While the other films emphasized the warrior aspect of Princess Diana aka Wonder Woman with sword and shield, Wonder Woman 1984 showed a more classic side of the superhero, where she was originally conceived as someone teaching humanity a better way through love and peace rather than violence.
Diana does not use her sword or shield for this purpose Wonder Woman 1984and at various points in the film the characters go out of their way not to use weapons to solve their problems. It’s an unusual way of portraying a superhero, to say the least, but completely in line with Wonder Woman’s role as an ambassador for peace in the comics. According to Gal GadotThe character’s inspirational nature has made fans feel like Wonder Woman regardless of their gender.
“It’s something I wasn’t really prepared for, so it’s just amazing to see and hear the reactions of women, men, boys and girls. And one fan held on to them in particular … There was one little boy I’ll always remember. He saw the movie and said to his mother, “When I grow up, I want to be a woman.” All because of ‘Wonder Woman’ and everything that it stands for and symbolizes. “
Warner Bros. seems so confident Wonder Woman 1984 for submitting the film for Oscar nominations in all major categories. It remains to be seen whether the superhero can work her magic on both the awards selection committee and the general audience.
Director and co-writer of Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman 1984 Stars like Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal and Natasha Rothwell. The film is available now in theaters and on HBO Max. This message comes from MSN.
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