Wonder Woman 1984, the latest film from Gal Gadot, has been a massive success. The actress recently posted a playful moment from the set on TikTok where she displayed her dancing abilities for the first time on the social media platform. Dressed in a pink sweater dress with neon accessories, Gadot exuded an 80s style as she danced to Cyndi Lauper’s Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, accompanied by her hair and makeup team.
On Tuesday, Gal Gadot displayed her fun and lighthearted side by sharing a TikTok video of herself dancing for the first time. The video captured a happy moment on the set of Wonder Woman 1984, where the actress was getting her hair and makeup done by a team of professionals wearing face shields to protect themselves from COVID-19. The dressing room was set up outdoors instead of in a trailer for better ventilation. Gal lip-synced to the music while her glam squad couldn’t resist joining in and dancing along. Gal also got into the groove, throwing her hands up in the air while sitting down.
Isn’t this amazing? The Israeli actress of 35 years pulled off the 80s vibe with excellence! She donned a chic pink sweater dress and paired it with striking neon accessories. Accompanied by her talented hair and makeup crew, she grooved and sang to Cyndi Lauper’s famous track “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”.
With a grin on her face, Gal settled comfortably into her seat, clearly thrilled by the sight of her colleagues donning their face shields. It was clear that the group had transitioned from a collection of professionals taking necessary COVID-19 safety precautions.
As Gal Gadot readied herself to lip-sync, her hair and makeup team got to work and couldn’t help but groove to the famous chorus. Gadot shared the playful moment on Instagram by posting behind-the-scenes photos of her funky look. In the caption, she joked about her first time dancing on Tiktok and urged her fans to check it out. The recent success of Patty Jenkins’ film likely added to Gadot’s joy as it shattered pandemic box-office records with a North American gross of $16.7 million during its opening weekend.
Gal Gadot, the renowned Hollywood star, recently shared some amusing behind-the-scenes snapshots of her funky look on Instagram, playfully teasing the silly moment. The candid moments portrayed her experimenting with various styles while enjoying herself in an eccentric outfit. Gal’s fans showered love and appreciation for her lighter side, as she posted similar snaps of her funky appearance.
In a playful tone, she joked about herself in the caption by stating that she never thought she would be dancing on TikTok, but here she is. Despite generating less revenue than its predecessor, Wonder Woman 1984 is still considered a triumph by Warner Bros. since only a small percentage of US cinemas are currently open due to the ongoing pandemic. The studio has also declared that they will fast-track the development of a third Wonder Woman film, with Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins reprising their roles as the leads. Although Wonder Woman 1984 was made available on HBO Max, its streaming figures have not yet been revealed. According to Variety, the majority of ticket sales in the US originated from private watch parties, where people rented out entire screening rooms at cinema chains for around $100 each.
Despite the challenges brought on by the pandemic, Wonder Woman 1984 has emerged as the highest-grossing movie release during this time. Despite its theatrical release on Christmas Day, the film managed to earn an impressive $16.7 million in North America alone over the weekend. With its international earnings added, the superhero blockbuster has now accumulated a total of $85 million worldwide as of Sunday. It is worth noting that the original Wonder Woman movie, released in 2017, broke records and generated $822 million globally. Its sequel, which had a production budget of $200 million, was initially anticipated to earn close to $1 billion before the pandemic struck. However, the current projection for its box office earnings is approximately $180 million, according to Variety.
Despite Wonder Woman 1984’s box office earnings falling short of its predecessor’s phenomenal $100 million opening, it still managed to come out on top. Consequently, Warner Bros. has announced that they are already in the initial stages of producing a third installment, with Patty Jenkins returning as director and Gal Gadot set to reprise her role as the lead character.