To many, Gal Gadot gave one of the most precious moments to comic book fans this year by taking probably the most iconic superheroes of all time to the big screen.
Gadot, who played Wonder Woman/Diana Prince in this year’s blockbuster movie ‘Wonder Woman’, has revealed the most heartwarming moment she experienced this year, which was more endearing to her than any on-screen or on-set moment.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the 32-year-old actress revealed that she experienced the most happiest moment of her life when the embargo for her movie was lifted.
She said, “It was a Thursday evening and I knew they were lifting the embargo for the reviews at 9 p.m. It was my first time going through such a thing. Usually, I’m not in the loop on when the studio is lifting the embargo. So I put my six-year-old daughter to bed and I said, ‘You need to fall asleep, I need to do some work tonight.’ And of course that night she was very much awake. I said, ‘Okay. I’m going to bring my computer and sit next to you until you fall asleep.’”
“My daughter asked me, ‘What’s happening, mama?’” Gadot said. “I told her – ‘People are liking the movie. See, if you work hard enough and you have good intentions sometimes in life people appreciate it.’ She jumped at me with teary eyes and said, ‘I’m proud of you mommy! That was a moment I’ll never forget as a parent and a mother. It was a very special thing,” concluded Gadot.happy wheels
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