“Exclusive Peek: A Look Behind the Scenes of Wonder Woman 1984 with Gal Gadot”

The most recent hit movie, Wonder Woman 1984, has taken the top spot at the box office and has made its star, Gal Gadot, even more popular. Gadot recently posted a video on TikTok, looking back on the entertaining times she had while filming the movie. In the video, she shared what she called her ‘first dance’ on the popular social platform.

Decked out in a trendy pink sweater dress and bright neon accessories, the 35-year-old actress from Israel rocked the quintessential 80s look as she danced to the classic Cyndi Lauper tune Girls Just Wanna Have Fun with her hair and makeup team joining in.

Goofing off: Gal Gadot shared her first dancing TikTok on Tuesday, posting a fun behind-the-scenes moment from the set of Wonder Woman 1984

Adding some fun to her day, Gal Gadot shared her first TikTok dance video on Tuesday, offering a playful behind-the-scenes moment from the set of Wonder Woman 1984. With three professionals wearing face shields for safety, Gal sat back and relaxed as they worked on her hair and makeup outdoors to minimize risks. As the music played, the atmosphere became lively, leading to an impromptu dance session that Gal happily joined while remaining seated. The video showed her infectious energy and willingness to enjoy spontaneous moments with her team.

Totally rad! The Israeli actress, 35, was the epitome of 80s-chic as she donned a pink sweater dress and neon accessories while rocking out to the Cyndi Lauper classic Girls Just Wanna Have Fun with her hair and makeup team

Isn’t it amazing? The 35-year-old actress from Israel rocked an outfit that screamed 80s vibes. She sported a chic pink sweater dress paired with vibrant neon accessories while dancing along to Cyndi Lauper’s iconic tune, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, with her glam team.

Glad squad: Gal looked like she was having a blast as she sat down and got glam from a trio of pros wearing face shields to combat the spread of coronavirus

Safety protocol: Adding another layer of safety, the star's dressing room was a outdoors in the fresh air, instead of inside a stuffy trailer

The team looked cheerful as they prepared for a makeover session. Gal seemed to be having a great time while getting pampered by three professionals who were all wearing face shields to stay safe from the virus.

Irresistible: As Gadot lip-synced her hair and makeup team got down to business, but they couldn't help but break into dance once the famous chorus came

Irresistible Fun: While Gadot mimed singing, her glam squad was busy styling her hair and makeup, but couldn’t resist joining in on the dancing once the memorable chorus started playing. Gadot shared a light-hearted moment on her Instagram, uploading candid photos of her quirky outfit. She humorously poked fun at herself in the caption, jokingly exclaiming, “Who would’ve thought I’d be dancing on TikTok? But here I am, living my best life on the platform. Go check it out!” The actress was surely feeling elated, hearing about the success of Patty Jenkins’ movie, which broke new box-office records during the pandemic, raking in $16.7 million in North America.

Teaser: Gal teased the silly moment on Instagram, posting similar behind the scenes snaps of her funky look.

Gal casually alluded to the humorous moment on her Instagram, posting some candid shots of her one-of-a-kind outfit from behind the scenes.

Silly stuff: She poked fun at herself in the caption, writing: 'My first time dancing on Tiktok! Never knew the day would come but here it is - me - dancing - on tiktok. Go check it out!'

Having a blast: She playfully shared her TikTok debut, jokingly remarking, “Can you believe I’m actually busting some moves on TikTok for the first time? Check it out!” Although Wonder Woman 1984 didn’t match the blockbuster success of the first film with its $100 million opening, Warner Bros. is still thrilled with its performance, especially considering that only 35% of U.S. theaters are currently open. Exciting news surfaced on Sunday as Warner Bros. delighted fans with plans for a third Wonder Woman movie, featuring Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins at the helm once again. While specific streaming numbers for Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max remain undisclosed, reports suggest that a significant portion of U.S. ticket sales came from private viewing parties, where guests rented out entire theater rooms for around $100 each according to Variety. Wonder Woman 1984, much awaited by fans, has emerged as a standout success story during the pandemic, claiming the title of the highest-earning theatrical release. The film hit theaters on Christmas Day and pulled in an impressive $16.7 million at the North American box office over the weekend. Collectively with international earnings, the superhero flick has reached a global total of $85 million by Sunday. In 2017, the original Wonder Woman movie made history as the top-grossing debut by a female director, accumulating a colossal $822 million worldwide. The sequel, boasting a production budget of roughly $200 million, was initially projected to approach $1 billion in box office revenue prior to the pandemic. However, the latest estimations suggest it will likely bring in around $180 million, as detailed by Variety.

The numbers:  While it's a drop in the ocean compared to the $100m opening generated by the original 2017 Wonder Woman film, it's still judged a success. Warner Bros.  announced Sunday it's fast tracking a third Wonder Woman film with Gadot and director Patty Jenkins returning

While the box office numbers for the new Wonder Woman movie may not match the blockbuster success of the original with its $100 million opening, it is still being celebrated as a triumph. Warner Bros. has announced plans to swiftly work on a third installment of the franchise, with Gal Gadot reprising her role as the iconic superhero and director Patty Jenkins returning to helm the project.

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