Director Zack Snyder wished Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot a happy birthday in his own way by posting a picture of a deleted scene from Justice League. Gadot turned 33 years old on Monday. To mark her birthday, he posted a picture of Gadot as Diana Prince in a scene that didn’t make it to the final theatrical cut of Justice League.
Again on Tuesday, Snyder took to Vero to reflect on the day he first met the actress. He posted a picture of Gadot which he clicked on the first day he met her during the audition process.
Snyder mentioned that the first time he met her, he was pretty sure that the actress had the potential to play Wonder Woman.
“This is the first day I met Gal and this is the first photo of her I took,” Snyder captioned the picture on Vero. “She didn’t know it at the time but I had already decided she was my Wonder Woman.” You can check out the picture below.
Gadot’s performance in Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice was not very well received by fans and critics. But she did receive acclaim for her brilliant performance in the standalone Wonder Woman movie. In fact, she’s currently one of the brightest stars of the DC Extended Universe. Gadot is expected to shine even brighter in the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel film which comes out next year.
Talking more about Zack Snyder, he departed from his directorial duties for Justice League due to the untimely death of his daughter. There were even rumors that he was in fact fired from the DCEU last year. Jim Lee, Co-Publisher of DC Comics, recently came forward to clear all the rumors. Lee revealed that Zack was not fired but he himself stepped down as Justice League’s director to handle the family tragedy.
Justice League is currently available on Blu-Ray, DVD, and Streaming formats. Did you like Gal Gadot’s performance in Wonder Woman? Let us know in comments below.
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