“Gal Gadot steals the spotlight in a stunning purple ensemble at Comic-Con while discussing Wonder Woman 1984 alongside Chris Pine”

Stepping into Comic-Con in San Diego, California, Gal Gadot brought a burst of color to the event on Saturday, representing Warner Bros. Sporting a striking deep purple mini dress with fringe detailing at the hem and paired with sky-high heels, the 33-year-old Israeli actress made quite the stylish statement. She was joined by her co-star Chris Pine to promote their upcoming film Wonder Woman 1984, set to hit US theaters on November 1, 2019.

Happy lady: Gal Gadot made a colorful entrance into Comic-Con in San Diego, California on Saturday for Warner Bros

Cheerful woman: Gal Gadot brought her vibrant energy to Comic-Con in San Diego, California over the weekend to join Warner Bros for the event.

Star power: The 33-year-old Israeli actress wore a tight, deep purple mini dress with fringe on the bottom hem with a pair of very high heels

Star power was on full display as the 33-year-old Israeli actress sashayed in a form-fitting, deep purple minidress adorned with fringed accents at the hem, paired with sky-high heels. In the upcoming movie, Wonder Woman will face off against the formidable Cheetah, a villainess endowed with extraordinary strength and agility.
Taking on the role of Cheetah is SNL alum Kristen Wiig, known for her work in hit films like Bridesmaids and Ghostbusters alongside Melissa McCarthy. Rumors are swirling that Lynda Carter of the 1970s Wonder Woman TV series may be making a cameo appearance in the movie.
Behind the scenes, director Patty Jenkins, who also graced Comic-Con with her presence, is at the helm of this highly anticipated project.

A fresh tan: The stunner looked sunkissed suggesting she had just been on a summer vacation

A new bronzed glow: The beauty appeared to be beautifully sun-kissed, hinting that she had recently returned from a tropical getaway.

In top shape: She has been working out nonstop to play Diana Prince/Wonder Woman again

Feeling fantastic: She’s been hitting the gym around the clock to step back into the role of Diana Prince/Wonder Woman.

A lot to say: Gadot has said she wanted to make Wonder Woman fearless so she could be an inspiration to young girls

There’s a lot of buzz around Gal Gadot’s portrayal of Wonder Woman, with her intention to make the character a fearless inspiration for young girls. Chris Pine, on the other hand, sported a summer-ready look with his pink shirt and yellow slacks, looking relaxed as he engaged with fans. Pine’s return as Steve Trevor in WW: 1984 has sparked some confusion among viewers, as his character was presumed dead in the first Wonder Woman film set during WWI.

A good team: The brunette bombshell was there to talk up Wonder Woman 1984 - which is due in US theaters November 1, 2019 - with her co-star Chris Pine

An awesome duo: The stunning brunette was present to promote the upcoming release of Wonder Woman 1984, set to hit US theaters on November 1, 2019, alongside her fellow actor Chris Pine.

The director: Also there was Patty Jenkins who is at the helm of the sequel

During the event, Patty Jenkins, the director of the sequel, shared with the audience her reasons for setting the movie in 1984, describing it as a time when humanity displayed both its finest and darkest qualities, showcasing us at our most intense. A brief teaser shown by PolyGon featured Diana in her iconic uniform, rescuing a young girl from armed criminals at a shopping mall. She easily disarms the men, protects the girl by sending her flying into two massive stuffed bears, and then uses her lasso to capture the villains before taking a daring leap from the second floor.

Powerful: Jenkins told the audience that she chose 1984 as her setting because it was 'mankind at its best and worst' and 'us at our most extreme'

Jenkins explained to the crowd that she decided to set her story in 1984 because she saw it as a time when humanity was both at its peak and its lowest point, showing our true nature in its most intense form.

Giggles: Gal laughed backstage of the event with Chris Pine

Giggles: Gal and Chris Pine shared a laugh backstage at the event.

The vibrant colors and intense yet captivating action scenes, such as the mesmerizing slow-motion lasso, stood out. Even without Tiffany’s usual 1980s mall-tour vibe, the energy in the scene was electric.

Jenkins expressed that her ultimate goal was to create great films during her lifetime. She was passionate about bringing beloved characters and worlds to life in new, pure, and powerful ways. She was excited about the prospect of making something as unique and strong as the original movie.

'The colors are bright, the action was tough yet mesmerizing (the lasso, in full slow-motion, looks gorgeous), and even though Tiffany wasn¿t serenading the scene in her usual 1980s-mall-tour mode, the energy was high,' the director said

The director expressed that the vibrant colors, intense action, and mesmerizing slow-motion lasso scene all contributed to the high energy of the movie. Despite Tiffany not rocking her usual 1980s-mall-tour style, the scene still had a captivating atmosphere.

Gal as Wonder Woman in the international blockbuster

Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman on TV; she was on the series in the late 70s

I’m amazed by the two incredible actresses who have portrayed Wonder Woman – on the left, we have Gal Gadot as the powerful warrior, and on the right, we see Lynda Carter bringing the iconic character to life on television. It’s truly a double dose of wonder!

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