Gal Gadot is Wonder Woman as she does incredible aerial gymnastics in front of the U.S. Capitol… with a little help from a stunt double ‎

When embodying the role of Wonder Woman, Diana, Gal Gadot is a total badass and doesn’t need anyone’s help. But when it comes to real-life stunts, Gal knows when to call in the professionals. In fact, she recently hired a stunt double for a particularly difficult move on set. That being said, Gal still impresses with her own skills, as demonstrated by an incredible aerial stunt sequence she performed outside the US Capitol building in Washington D.C. You can see it for yourself in the video below.

The real deal: The hotly anticipated sequel is set to hit theatres in November next year.

Gal Gadot wowed us with her portrayal of Wonder Woman, executing breathtaking aerial acrobatics near the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. But let’s not forget the hard work and dedication of her stunt double who aided her in the daring feat. It takes a lot of talent and expertise to embody such a powerful character on the silver screen.

Gal was absolutely incredible! The fearless performer executed a breathtaking variety of aerial maneuvers that left spectators completely mesmerized.

Professional help: The stunt double, who wore a wig to look just like Gal, was used for the more ambitious stunts in front of the Capitol, rising high into the air

Professional Help: To execute some spectacular stunts in front of the Capitol, a skilled stunt double who sported a wig resembling Gal’s look was sought after. Gal, dressed in her iconic Wonder Woman outfit, was safely fastened onto a safety harness and lifted off the ground to perform some daring feats in front of vehicles. Throughout the shoot, the Israeli actress smoothly glided in front of the cameras. However, for the more intricate stunts, a stunt double with a similar appearance to Gal was recruited to soar even higher into the air.

Every precaution: Gal, clad in the iconic Wonder Woman outfit, was carefully belted into a safety harness, before being hoisted to the air in front of some cars

Gal was all geared up in her iconic Wonder Woman outfit and safety measures were thoroughly implemented to guarantee a safe lift in front of a row of vehicles. The team took utmost care to ensure the success of the endeavor.

Action: Rigged up to the device, the 33-year-old Israeli glided along in front of the vehicles, acting for the cameras

Riding along with the device’s power, a 33-year-old Israeli person effortlessly glided ahead of the vehicles, providing entertainment for the video crew.

Here she goes: Gal is hard at work on the sequel, with the new flick titled Wonder Woman 1984

Gal Gadot is currently deeply involved in the making of the sequel to the hugely popular superhero movie, Wonder Woman. Dubbed as Wonder Woman 1984, the film sees Gal Gadot returning to her role as the Amazonian fighter. The new adventure will see Wonder Woman clash with a new enemy, The Cheetah, portrayed by Kristen Wiig. Set in the Cold War era of 1984, the movie is being helmed by Patty Jenkins, who also directed the first installment that was a massive hit in 2017. Apart from directing, Jenkins will be producing the movie alongside Gal, Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, and Stephen Jones.

She's a Wonder: Starring Gal Gadot as the Amazonian warrior once again, Wonder Woman¿s next big screen adventure sees her battle an all new foe, The Cheetah, played by Kristen Wiig

Prepare yourself for yet another thrilling escapade with Gal Gadot back in her fearless role as Wonder Woman. The stakes are higher as she confronts a new adversary, The Cheetah, played by the talented Kristen Wiig. Make sure you don’t miss out on this adrenaline-pumping experience!

Life off: Gal balanced on a cooler at the start of the shot

As the camera started filming, Gal sat comfortably on a robust cooler.

Ready to roll: Filming for the production is set to take place in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, the UK, Spain and the Canary Islands

Great news! The team behind the latest project is ready to start filming in different places. They will shoot in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, the UK, Spain, and the Canary Islands. Everything is set and we’re eagerly anticipating the finished result.

We'll have to wait: The hotly anticipated sequel is set to hit theatres in November next year

We’re all eagerly anticipating the sequel to the blockbuster hit, but unfortunately, it looks like we’ll have to exercise some patience. The film is slated for release in November of next year, and while we wait, we can get excited about the new cast additions, such as Pedro Pascal joining Kristen. Chris Pine will also be returning to his role as Steve Trevor. The movie will be filmed in various locations, including Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, the United Kingdom, Spain, and the Canary Islands. Both Director Patty and DC Entertainment President Geoff Johns have hinted that the movie will be set in 1984. It’s going to be a cinematic masterpiece and we can’t wait!

Impressive: Wonder Woman (at least, her talented stunt double) gets airborne

Incredible: The stunning Wonder Woman stunt double soars through the air.

All pro: The muscular and talented stuntswoman is seen in the harness, against the iconic backdrop of the Capitol

The Capitol building serves as the perfect backdrop for the talented female stunt performer who is suspended in a harness, showcasing her strength and skills.

Taking flight: The pro will take Gal's place for the more dangerous stunts, although the actress also does many of her own

The next Wonder Woman movie, called WW84, will feature a different professional actor to perform the more dangerous stunts instead of Gal. Fans can look forward to seeing her perform most of her own stunts though. Patty Jenkins, the director, has confirmed that the movie takes place after the first one, which happened during World War I. Excitingly, the release date is scheduled for November next year. Additionally, Lynda Carter, who played the original Wonder Woman, has discussed making a cameo appearance in the sequel with Jenkins. However, it ultimately depends on whether Warner Bros decides to provide the necessary funding.

High flying: Gal holds onto the ropes as she soars skyward

As this lady soars through the sky, she holds onto the ropes firmly for stability. She is relishing in the thrill of being up so high!

Acting: The 33-year-old concentrates on her moves

As an artist, the 33-year-old is committed to refining her dance routines and body language.

Crowd scene: Plenty of extras were enlisted for the detailed shoot

A substantial amount of new performers were enlisted to participate in the intricate production.

She's a fire starter: The superhero is pictured against some first responders during the filming

A picture of the superhero personality was taken during the filming process where she can be seen standing with emergency responders. The image showcases her unyielding determination and passion.

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