“Gal Gadot’s Aerial Gymnastics Stunt at U.S. Capitol Showcases Wonder Woman’s Superhuman Abilities with the Assistance of a Skilled Stunt Double”

Even though she portrays the strong and independent Wonder Woman on screen, Gal Gadot understands the importance of relying on professionals in real-life situations. During a recent filming session, Gal enlisted the help of a stunt double for a challenging move. However, before that, the daring actress showed off her own impressive acrobatic skills while performing aerial stunts near the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. Watch the video below to see for yourself!

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

Gal Gadot showed off her superhero skills as she performed impressive aerial gymnastics in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. on Monday. However, it must be noted that she had the assistance of a stunt double to accomplish these daring feats. Clearly, when it comes to portraying Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot is the real deal.

Gal amazed the audience with her bravery as she flawlessly executed a mesmerizing sequence of aerial acrobatics.

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

Expert assistance was sought for the high-flying stunts in front of the Capitol building, where a stunt double donned a wig that made them resemble Gal. This individual was specifically utilized for the more challenging stunts.

Dressed up in the legendary Wonder Woman costume, a woman referred to as Gal underwent a safety harness before being lifted into the air in front of a group of cars. She was attached to a device and proceeded to glide along in front of the vehicles while putting on a show for the camera. A stunt double, who donned a wig to look identical to Gal, was utilized for the more daring stunts in front of the Capitol building, soaring high above ground level.

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

Gal, dressed in the famous Wonder Woman costume, was securely strapped into a safety harness to ensure maximum precaution. Once safely fastened, she was lifted into the air in front of a row of cars.

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

Task: The 33-year-old Israeli was connected to the equipment and smoothly moved forward in front of the automobiles, putting on a show for the onlookers.

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

Actress Gal Gadot is currently busy working on the sequel to the highly successful superhero movie, Wonder Woman. The upcoming film, named Wonder Woman 1984, once again stars Gadot as the Amazonian warrior and introduces a new villain, The Cheetah, portrayed by Kristen Wiig. The plot is set in 1984, during the Cold War era, and the movie is being directed by Patty Jenkins, who also directed the first film in 2017. Besides directing, Jenkins is also producing the movie alongside Gadot, 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 thrilling adventure with Wonder Woman! Gal Gadot is set to reprise her role as the powerful Amazonian warrior in the upcoming sequel. This time, she’ll be facing a formidable new enemy: The Cheetah, played by Kristen Wiig. Don’t miss out on the action-packed excitement!

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

Gal stood on top of a cooler as the camera began filming.

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

All set to go! The shooting for the upcoming production will happen in various locations such as Washington D.C., Alexandria Virginia, the United Kingdom, Spain, and the Canary Islands.

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

It looks like fans of the superhero flick will have to exercise some patience as the much-awaited sequel is not set to grace the big screens until November next year. Excitement has been building up for the upcoming movie, which boasts an impressive cast that includes Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal alongside Chris Pine who will be reprising his role as Steve Trevor. Production for the film will take place in various locations such as Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, the UK, Spain, and the Canary Islands. Director Patty and DC Entertainment president Geoff Johns have hinted at a setting for the movie that takes us back to 1984, making it all the more exciting.

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

It’s pretty amazing to see Wonder Woman (or rather, her skilled stunt double) soaring through the air.

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

The skilled and buff female stunt performer is showcased in a harness, with the recognizable Capitol building as her backdrop.

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

The upcoming Wonder Woman sequel will have a professional stunt double for the riskier scenes, although the lead actress will still perform many of her own stunts. Director Patty Jenkins confirmed through a new Twitter header that the movie, titled WW84, is set after the first installment which took place during World War I. Fans are eagerly waiting for the highly anticipated film to be released in November 2020. Actress Lynda Carter, who played the original Wonder Woman in the TV series, has also been in discussions with Patty about a possible cameo appearance in the sequel, although it ultimately depends on the studio’s budget.

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

The woman grips onto the ropes tightly as she takes flight upwards.

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

The 33-year-old focuses on her performance and movements while acting.

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

There were a lot of people who were hired as additional cast members to enhance the elaborate filming.

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

The protagonist is depicted amidst the first responders while shooting as a flame initiator.

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