Gal Gadot sported a facial injury as she shot action-packed scenes for the upcoming Netflix American spy film Heart Of Stone in Shropshire on Wednesday.
The actress, 37, cut a casual figure in a tight black jumpsuit, which she wore partially unzipped over a white vest top as she filmed scenes at the RAF Museum in Cosford.
She completed her practical ensemble with a pair of chunky black boots and was seen carrying her phone and a bottle of water in one hand.
Gal, who plays Rachel Stone in the film, was seen with a bloody gash on her forehead as she appeared to have been filming action-packed scenes.
The Wonder Woman star wore her brunette locks in natural curls and was seen tuning in to her AirPods in-between takes.
The scenes centred around a former RAF Hercules C-130 transport plane which was on display outside the Museum, which remains open to the public despite filming.
A woman who appeared to be Gal’s stunt double was seen climbing out of the massive aircraft amid filming.
It comes after Gal was joined by her co-star Jamie Dornan, whose role in the film has not yet been revealed, to shoot scenes for Heart Of Stone in London last week.
The duo took to Instagram to share a selfie in a fish and chip shop where they had plates full of food as they were joined by co-stars Paul Reddy, 45, and Jing Lusi, 37.
Paul beamed in a dark coloured jacket over a tan top while the Crazy Rich Asians actress held up two peace signs and leaned in for the snap.
In September 2021, Gal was announced to be leading the cast of Heart of Stone playing the role of Rachel Stone.
Also joining the cast are Sophie Okonedo, Alia Bhatt and Matthias Schweighöfer, while Tom Harper is directing.
The film’s plot is being kept tightly under wraps while many of the stars’ roles have not been revealed. So far, the film is being described only as a spy thriller.
Tom, 42, is best known for directing Peaky Blinders and Aeronauts while the script has been written by Greg Rucka and Allison Roeder.
The movie is being developed by Skydance Media, the production company behind projects such as Mission: Impossible: Fallout, The Old Guard and Annihilation.
Netflix secured the rights to the movie after a competitive and heated bidding war.