Gal Gadot has been in the news due to her highly-anticipated movie “Wonder Woman.” The project has gotten two throwback teaser trailers in the style of the 1970s TV show. Both of the trailers give glimpses at the leading roles.

The Israeli model claims that her forthcoming film is full of modern visual effects and unmatched choreography, with the picture quality and music you wouldn’t see in another superhero movie. In addition to “Wonder Woman,” Gal is busy in the shooting of “Batman v Superman.

“Wonder Woman” is set to the tune of the classic Television Series.

According to ComicBook, its 4 out of 5 scores make it one of the most anticipated comic book movies of the year.

A project by Patty Jenkins

Wonder Woman” is directed by Patty Jenkins, and inspired by a comic book of the same name. Upon its release on June 2, Warner Bros. Pictures will distribute the film worldwide. It is the fourth installment in the DC Extended Universe. The story is written by Geoff Johns and Zack Snyder. Gal Gadot, Connie Neilsen, Danny Huston, Elena Anaya, Ewen Bremner, Chris Pine, and Said Taghmaoui are in the leading roles, while Robin Wright will appear as a guest star.

Its story is about the Amazon Princess Diana, who lives on a remote island of Themyscira.

Speaking about her role, Gal Gadot said it wasn’t easy for her to play a female superhero. She was expecting her second baby, but Beyonce motivated her to accept the challenge. The filmmaker Patty chose Gal to play Diana Princess after seeing her performance in “Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders.” Though she was pregnant, the actress underwent a strict diet and training program.

She says that she gained over 15 pounds of muscle to be a fit for the role.

The TV series of the same name

A television series “Wonder Woman” was aired from 1975 to 1979. The show featured Lynda Carter as Diana Princess and Lyle Waggoner as Steve Trevor. It was premiered on ABC and had the same story. In the movie version, Gadot has replaced Lynda, claiming that her performance is far better than Carter.

In its fourth season, the series was renamed as “The New Adventures of Wonder Woman.” Also, the role of Waggoner was changed to Steve Trevor, the son of Princess Diana.

A few years ago, Hallmark came forth with a Wonder Woman Christmas ornament that looked exactly like Lynda Carter. After the smashing success of “Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders,” Warner Bros. officially announced the film version of television series for 2017.