“Gal Gadot wows with impressive aerial stunts at the U.S. Capitol, aided by a skilled stunt double”

While portraying Wonder Woman, Diana doesn’t require any assistance. However, in real life, Gal Gadot recognizes when to leave it to the experts. Recently, she enlisted a stunt double for a challenging move on the set. Nevertheless, before that, Gal performed a remarkable sequence of aerial stunts outside the US Capitol building in Washington D.C. Check out the video below.

The real deal: The hotly anticipated sequel is set to hit theatres in November next year.

Gal Gadot took on the role of Wonder Woman and performed impressive aerial gymnastics in the vicinity of the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. However, she was not alone in this feat as she received assistance from a stunt double on Monday. This truly showcases the incredible talent and skills required to bring such a character to life on the big screen.

Gal was simply amazing! The daring actress pulled off a stunning array of aerial stunts that left audiences in awe.

Professional help: The stunt double, who wore a wig to look just like Gal, was used for the more ambitious stunts in front of the Capitol, rising high into the air

Assistance from experts: A skilled stunt double, donning a wig to resemble Gal, was called upon to perform daring stunts in front of the Capitol, soaring to great heights.

Dressed in the famous Wonder Woman costume, Gal was securely fastened to a safety harness and lifted off the ground to perform some stunts in front of cars. The Israeli actress glided smoothly in front of the vehicles, while being filmed for the cameras. For the more complex stunts near the Capitol, a stunt double with a wig resembling Gal’s appearance was employed, who rose higher into the air.

Every precaution: Gal, clad in the iconic Wonder Woman outfit, was carefully belted into a safety harness, before being hoisted to the air in front of some cars

Before being lifted in front of a line of cars, Gal was dressed in her classic Wonder Woman costume and secured with a safety harness to ensure maximum safety. Every precaution was taken to make sure everything went smoothly.

Action: Rigged up to the device, the 33-year-old Israeli glided along in front of the vehicles, acting for the cameras

At the contraption’s mercy, the Israeli individual of 33 years drifted smoothly ahead of the cars, putting on a show for the filming crew.

Here she goes: Gal is hard at work on the sequel, with the new flick titled Wonder Woman 1984

Gal Gadot is fully immersed in the production of the sequel to the widely successful superhero film, Wonder Woman. The sequel bears the title Wonder Woman 1984, and it features Gal Gadot reprising her role as the Amazonian warrior. In this upcoming adventure, Wonder Woman will confront a fresh antagonist, The Cheetah, played by Kristen Wiig. The movie takes place in 1984 during the Cold War era, and it is being directed by Patty Jenkins, who also directed the first amazing hit in 2017. Besides directing, she will produce the film alongside Gal, Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, and Stephen Jones.

She's a Wonder: Starring Gal Gadot as the Amazonian warrior once again, Wonder Woman¿s next big screen adventure sees her battle an all new foe, The Cheetah, played by Kristen Wiig

Get ready for another action-packed adventure as Gal Gadot reprises her role as the fearless Wonder Woman. This time, she’s facing a new enemy, The Cheetah, portrayed by Kristen Wiig. Don’t miss out on the excitement!

Life off: Gal balanced on a cooler at the start of the shot

Gal perched on a sturdy cooler as the camera began rolling.

Ready to roll: Filming for the production is set to take place in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, the UK, Spain and the Canary Islands

Exciting news! The production crew is all set to begin filming for their latest project in various locations. The shooting will take place in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, the UK, Spain, and the Canary Islands. It’s all systems go and we can’t wait to see the final product.

We'll have to wait: The hotly anticipated sequel is set to hit theatres in November next year

We’re all eager to see it, but unfortunately, we’ll have to wait a bit longer. The much-awaited sequel of the hit movie is expected to grace our screens in November next year. Exciting news regarding the cast includes the addition of Pedro Pascal, who will be joining Kristen. Meanwhile, Chris Pine will be reprising his role as Steve Trevor. Filming locations for the upcoming production will take place in various cities such as Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, the UK, Spain, and the Canary Islands. Director Patty and DC Entertainment President Geoff Johns both hinted at the movie’s setting, which will take place in 1984. Let’s keep our fingers crossed and wait patiently for this cinematic masterpiece!

Impressive: Wonder Woman (at least, her talented stunt double) gets airborne

Amazing: The breathtaking stunt double of Wonder Woman takes to the skies.

All pro: The muscular and talented stuntswoman is seen in the harness, against the iconic backdrop of the Capitol

The skilled and strong female stunt performer is captured in a harness, with the iconic Capitol building as the backdrop, showcasing her abilities.

Taking flight: The pro will take Gal's place for the more dangerous stunts, although the actress also does many of her own

Gal will be replaced by a professional for the riskier stunts in the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel, but she will still perform many of her own stunts. Director Patty Jenkins confirmed that the film, titled WW84, will take place after the events of the first movie which was set during World War I. Fans can expect to see the highly anticipated sequel in cinemas in November of next year. In addition, original Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter has been in discussions with Jenkins about a potential cameo in the film, but it ultimately depends on Warner Bros’ decision to allocate the funds.

High flying: Gal holds onto the ropes as she soars skyward

As she takes to the air, this gal grips tightly onto the ropes for support. She is flying high and enjoying every moment of it!

Acting: The 33-year-old concentrates on her moves

As a performer, the 33-year-old is focused on perfecting her choreography and movements.

Crowd scene: Plenty of extras were enlisted for the detailed shoot

Group of people: A considerable number of additional actors were recruited for the elaborate filming.

She's a fire starter: The superhero is pictured against some first responders during the filming

The superhuman character is captured in a photo alongside some emergency responders while shooting a scene, demonstrating her fiery spirit.

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