Gal Gadot definitely needs her energy, as the Israeli actress has been pulling double duty starring in films and producing them as well. Gal Gadot started a production company called Pilot Wave with her husband in 2019, so she’d had to add that new responsibility to her plate. Along with starring in the upcoming Wonder Woman 3, she’ll also be producing it through her Pilot Wave company.
Wonder Woman 3 is still a long way off, but it’s seemingly avoided the bloodbath of DC cancellations enacted by Warner Discovery CEO David Zaslav. Although not a ton of people were fans of Wonder Woman 1984, there is still plenty of goodwill from the first Wonder Woman film to warrant a threequel. Plus, everyone has loved Gal Gadot’s version of the character since she was first introduced.
Since Gal Gadot joined the DC Films universe, she has played Wonder Woman in two solo films, Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Justice League. There’s always a chance that we could see her again before Wonder Woman 3, but until then it’s good to know that we’ll be getting at least one more film from her as the character. Also, Patty Jenkins will be returning to direct and write the third movie, so Gadot and Jenkins will be able to finish off the trilogy together.
Wonder Woman 3 is also set to bring the story to the modern day. While we’ve seen a modern version of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman in superhero team-up films, her solo films have both been set in the past. It’ll be interesting to see which direction they take her in the 21st century.
While we’re waiting to see Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman 3, DC has us more than covered with plenty of other upcoming projects. The next DC film coming to theaters will be the long-awaited Black Adam starring Dwayne Johnson, which hits theaters on October 21. After Black Adam, we’ll also get Shazam! Fury of the Gods, The Flash, Blue Beetle, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, and Joker: Folie a Deux.
Fortunately, we won’t have to wait until Wonder Woman 3 to see another Gal Gadot performance. Her film historical drama Irena Sendler and her spy thriller Heart of Stone both have 2023 release windows, so we should be hearing more about both of those projects soon enough. Gadot is also producing and starring in an untitled Hedy Lamarr mini-series for Apple TV+.
While we’re used to seeing Gal Gadot as the benevolent superhero Wonder Woman, we’ll also get to see her evil side when she appears in Disney’s live-action Snow White remake in 2024. Gal Gadot will be competing for the title of ‘fairest of them all when she plays the Evil Queen opposite Rachel Zegler’s Snow White. Disney’s Snow White is directed by Marc Webb and is expected to come out on March 22, 2024.