Gal Gadot’s Backstage Bash: Saying Goodbye to Wonder Woman 1984

Filming for Wonder Woman 1984 has come to a close after six months of production. Gal Gadot, who plays the lead role, took to Instagram to share photos with director Patty Jenkins and thank everyone involved in the project. She gushed about the amazing time she had filming the sequel, noting how it surpassed the first film in terms of experience and excitement.

That's a wrap: Gal Gadot announces on Instagram that production on Wonder Woman 1984 has wrapped principal photography

And with that, filming for Wonder Woman 1984 is officially in the books! Gal Gadot shared the news on her Instagram, acknowledging the hard work of the almost 1000 crew members who dedicated themselves to the film in various locations across three countries. She praised director Patty Jenkins as an incredible partner and a constant source of inspiration throughout the process. The actress also expressed her appreciation for the talented cast, who made each day on set a joy. Gadot concluded her post by expressing her heartfelt gratitude for the incredible experience of working with such an exceptional group of individuals.

Patty and Gal: 'Couldn't ask for better partners on this.. I'm so lucky to have the one and only Patty Jenkins, as my director,' she added

Patty and Gal make an unbeatable team – this dynamic duo truly feels like hitting the jackpot. I consider myself extremely lucky to have the opportunity to work alongside the extremely gifted Patty Jenkins as my director,” she excitedly shared.

Taking direction: 'I am so grateful to call her my friend,' Gadot continued. 'And to our AMAZINGly talented cast who made every day enjoyable and fun, thank you!'

Gadot expressed her appreciation, stating, “I’m so grateful to have her by my side as a friend.” She praised the talented cast for their contribution to the fun and enjoyable atmosphere on set. She described the filming process as difficult yet fulfilling, emphasizing the hard work and dedication everyone put into each scene. She expressed her pride in the final product and the effort of the entire team. Thankful for the chance to embody a character she adores, Gadot thanked the devoted fans for their unwavering support and encouragement. She credited their enthusiasm for motivating her to give her best performance every day. Excited to share the film with audiences in 2020, Gadot conveyed her anticipation and happiness. The release date for Wonder Woman 1984 has been changed to July 5, 2020, from its original date of November 1, 2019, by Warner Bros.

Ready to attack: As of now, Wonder Woman 1984 doesn't have any direct competition in its new release date, which could lead to a big opening

All systems go for Wonder Woman 1984 as it gears up for a successful premiere with no other major films to contend with on its release date. The previous movie in the series, Wonder Woman back in 2017, was a massive hit for Warner Bros.’s DCEU, bringing in a solid $103.2 million during its opening weekend. The film ultimately made $412.5 million in the US and a whopping $821.8 million globally, showcasing its impressive box office performance. After the triumph of Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot returned in 2017’s Justice League to reprise her iconic role.

Gal and Chris: 2017's Wonder Woman was the first true hit for Warner Bros.' DC Extended Universe (DCEU), opening with $103.2 million

Gal and Chris: In 2017, Warner Bros.’ DCEU hit a home run with Wonder Woman, their first big hit in the superhero universe. The film brought in a whopping $103.2 million in its opening weekend at the box office.

Release Date: Warner Bros. has announced a July 5, 2020 release date for Wonder Woman 1984, which was originally slated to open on November 1, 2019

Warner Bros. announced that the release date for Wonder Woman 1984 has been moved to July 5, 2020, from its original date of November 1, 2019.

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