Gal Gadot exudes timeless sophistication in a chic wrap dress as she returns to set for Wonder Woman 1984

She is ready to step into the shoes of the iconic actress Hedy Lamarr in an upcoming series on Showtime. However, Gal Gadot went back to work on the highly-anticipated film Wonder Woman 1984 on Tuesday evening. Portraying the character of Diana Prince, the 33-year-old Israeli actress looked effortlessly stylish in a beautiful white dress and loose hair as she filmed scenes on the set.

Lights, camera, action! Gal Gadot, 33, cut an effortlessly elegant figure as she resumed filming for her Wonder Woman 1984 on Tuesday night

With the lights on, camera rolling, and action in full swing, Gal Gadot, 33, exuded elegance while getting back to work on the set of Wonder Woman 1984 on a Tuesday night. Dressed in a stunning wrap-style dress that highlighted her statuesque figure, she looked like a true vision.

Sporting a glamorous hair and makeup look paired with a gown that accentuated her midriff, the former Miss. Israel was perfectly suited for her role in the eighties-set comic book film franchise. This exciting filming project comes on the heels of the announcement that she will portray the late actress Hedy Lamarr in a short series for Showtime, delving into the life and legacy of the iconic Hollywood star. Variety reports that Gal is nearing a deal to bring to life the Vienna-born beauty, once famously hailed as ‘the most beautiful woman in the world.’

Striking: The former Miss. Israel certainly looked the part for the latest instalment of the comic book film franchise, which is set in the eighties

Impressive: The ex-Miss Israel truly embodied her role in the latest addition to the superhero movie series, taking place in the 1980s.

Coming soon: Her sighting comes after news that she's expected to play late actress Hedy Lamarr in a short-run series on Showtime to chronicle the life and times of the actress, a mainstay in classic Hollywood

Icon: Lamarr was active in Hollywood from the 1930s until the 1950s, racking up her most memorable performances with 1949's Samson and Delilah, 1941's Come Live With Me and 1946's The Strange Woman

Upcoming: Recently spotted, she is set to portray the iconic Hedy Lamarr in an upcoming Showtime series. The show will delve into the life and achievements of Lamarr, who was a prominent figure in classic Hollywood.

Lamarr made a name for herself in Hollywood during the 1930s to 1950s, with standout roles in films like Samson and Delilah (1949), Come Live With Me (1941), and The Strange Woman (1946). Beyond her acting career, Lamarr also made significant contributions to technology by inventing a device that aided the Allied Powers during World War II in combating radio-controlled torpedoes.

In 2017, a documentary titled Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story, produced by Susan Sarandon, shed light on Lamarr’s genius and the challenges she faced. Lamarr reflected on her life in the documentary, confessing, ‘People often underestimate me, but I have always had a different perspective on things. Maybe I’m just from another planet, who knows? But creating inventions has always come naturally to me.’

On January 19, 2000, Hedy Lamarr passed away at the age of 86, leaving behind a legacy of both on-screen excellence and technological innovation.

Classic beauty: Hedy was seen in this still from the 1949 film Samson and Delilah

Timeless elegance: Hedy Lamarr was captured in this iconic shot from the film Samson and Delilah, released in 1949.

Alongside Gadot, the show boasts an impressive lineup of talent behind the scenes, including Sarah Treem, the showrunner of The Affair, who is on board to write and serve as an executive producer. Other executive producers involved in the project are Gadot’s husband Jaron Varsano and Warren Littlefield, a seasoned show business executive and former president of NBC who has worked on hit series like Fargo and The Handmaid’s Tale.

Originally from Petah Tikva, Israel, Gal Gadot has experienced a significant rise in her career in recent years, particularly after portraying Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016. Her solo film, Wonder Woman, was a massive success, earning a whopping $820 million worldwide at the box office last year.

Standing at 5ft10, Gadot, who is a mother of two daughters named Alma and Maya with Varsano, is set to reprise her role in the highly-anticipated sequel, Wonder Woman 1984, scheduled to hit theaters next year.

 A-list: Gal, a native of Petah Tikva, Israel, has seen her star rise significantly over the past few years 

A top-tier celebrity, Gal, hailing from the city of Petah Tikva in Israel, has experienced a noticeable increase in popularity in recent years.

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