honors her nine years as
The actress celebrated nine years since she was formally introduced as the DC superhero, making her debut in the 2016 film
Batman v. Superman
In a post on social media, Gadot revealed a picture of herself as the role she would portray in the 2017 and 2020 standalone Wonder Woman films.
Gal Gadot thanked her followers on Instagram for their support during that time and gave them a sneak peek at what the future holds for the Themyscira warrior.
She wrote on her Instagram, “On this day, a few years ago, was the first announcement that I was going to play Wonder Woman.
I’ve been so grateful for the opportunity to play such an incredible, iconic character, and more than anything I’m grateful for YOU.
The fans. The most amazing, warm, loving fans in the world. I’m still pinching myself to see if I will wake up. Can’t wait to share her next chapter with you.”
In December 2020, Warner Bros. revealed that a third and concluding Wonder Woman movie was in development to complete what they called “the long-planned theatrical trilogy.”
In the end, the movie made $169.6 million worldwide and $46.8 million domestically.
According to estimates, the movie cost the studio over $100 million.