Gal Gadot has recently revealed that she stayed busy during the filming of “Wonder Woman” while five months pregnant with her second child. The actress took it to Twitter to announce her pregnancy. She said that the filmmakers asked her to reshoot several action scenes before “Wonder Woman” could be handed over to the marketing department.

Diana Prince

For the first time, “Wonder Woman” is bringing Diana Prince to the big screen. The leading role is played by Israeli model, Gal Gadot. She made her DCEU debut in the 2016 blockbuster “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice,” which means Gal is not new to superhero films.

The Hollywood actress tweeted that it wasn’t easy to wrap filming of “Wonder Woman.” She faced a lot of problems on the set.

The film is packed with numerous fight sequences and Gal spent a lot of time training for the character.

The Israeli model stated that she was provided with special outfits so that the effects crew could hide her Baby Bump. In a recent interview with Refinery 29, Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot spoke about the challenges of reshooting the action sequences in the tight costumes.

They said that several action sequences were shot in November 2016, when Gal was pregnant with her second child.

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They had to replace a large part of her costume with red fabric, making it easy for the effects team to hide her baby bump in the final film.

According to the actress, Diana Prince is a brave lady with lots of powers and strengths. She's always ready to accept challenges.

‘Wonder Woman’

Gal managed to complete filming while pregnant. “Wonder Woman” is one of the most anticipated superhero movies. It is based on the DC Comics character of the same name, and the fourth installment in DC Extended Universe. The story was written by Geoff Johns and Allan Heinberg. In addition to Gadot, the film features Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Connie Nielsen, Elena Anaya, Danny Huston, Lucy Davis, David Thewlis, and Ewan Bremner.

The film is scheduled to be released on June 2, 2017, in theaters and IMAX 3D.