According to Gadot in interviewAt first, she didn’t even know what she was auditioning for. “It’s weird because I didn’t know they were auditioning me for ‘Wonder Woman,'” said the actress, who has also appeared in three films in the “The Fast and the Furious” franchise. “So I know I’m auditioning for the ‘secret project.'”
She received footage from “Pulp Fiction” and was brought outside to check the camera, not knowing what role she would play. Only later did she learn the truth. “And then Zack Snyder, our director, called me and said it was for ‘Wonder Woman.'”
Although she wasn’t sure what she would be getting into, Gadot did her best to take on the role of Diana Prince, according to a Collider interview.
“I feel so proud that this movie is finally made, because all of you, all the men and all the boys, there’s always a character to be admired, whether it’s Superman. Humans or Batman or Spider-Man or whatever, they’ve always had heroes to keep an eye on and for the girls, it’s always been saved or passive princesses and ultimately Wonder Woman, she’s not She’s scared, she’s proactive, she believes in herself. She believes she can do anything, and that’s a real woman for me.”
Gadot’s work as Wonder Woman seems to have made an impact with audiences, as she is currently in talks to star in her third solo film “Wonder Woman”. Even in a seemingly constant DC Extended Universe flux stateGadot has proven that she can serve as DC’s most stable piece.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1048016/gal-gadot-read-from-a-surprising-script-for-her-wonder-woman-audition/ Gal Gadot read from a surprising script for her Wonder Woman audition