Gal Gadot Dishes on ‘Wonder Woman’ Sequel, Plus: Her New Role as Revlon Ambassador
Fresh off the Golden Globes, “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot has just been named a Global Ambassador for Revlon.
“Extra's” AJ Calloway caught up with Gadot, who discussed her new role, the “Wonder Woman” sequel, and being a part of the history-making night at the Globes.
The 32-year-old did her best not to spoil the upcoming “Wonder Woman” sequel. When AJ tried to get her to spill the beans, Gal quipped, “Okay, I'll tell you the end, but only the end.” AJ replied, “I'll get you with the extra lasso of truth.”
As Gal explained, “I can't tell you anything… People are going to come off the roof and strangle me and put stuff in my mouth.”
After some insisting, Gal gave a little tease, dishing, “I can tell you that I'm very excited to collaborate with the perfect Miss [Patty] Jenkins again, and we're working on something even more special and unique and different but still in the same 'Wonder Woman' world, and I really... I'm really looking forward to it.”
Gadot was more open to talking all about the Golden Globes, where she and husband Yaron Versano both showed their support for women. Gal was still in awe of all the black on the red carpet, saying, “How amazing was that?... It was so powerful and strong and it had such a great effect just to see everyone on the red carpet wearing black.”
Gal is still reeling from Oprah Winfrey's “phenomenal and inspiring” speech, sharing, “I had goosebumps. I had tears. I was smiling. It made me think. She's, I think she's so special and she's always so connected to herself and the messages that she has to the world are impactful and great and positive, so there's nothing not to be inspired by.”
Giving Lady O her vote of confidence, Gadot suggested, “Oprah should definitely run for the office [of president].”
One of the big screen's toughest women is also one of Hollywood's most beautiful. Of her role as the face of Revlon's new Live Boldly campaign, Gal commented, “So they say, every woman is 'Wonder Woman,' but yes, it's... it's a great theme and they celebrate women and I think that it's great… They do a lot of charity work for, you know, girls' education and women... so I think that, you know, other than the fact that this brand is so great and iconic, they have so much spirit and they do good to society and I'm very proud to be working with them.”