ACE Comic Con LONG ISLAND
*Appearing SATURDAY & SUNDAY
**PLEASE NOTE JUSTICE LEAGUE Q&A PANEL IS ON SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10th @ TBA**
GAL GADOT is rapidly emerging as one of Hollywood’s most engaging and sought-after talents. She most recently can be seen in the dual role of Diana Prince and Wonder Woman in the character’s first standalone feature film released June 2, 2017, after debuting as the character in last year’s blockbuster “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Wonder Woman has broken records for being one of the biggest domestic openings for a female-directed live action film. In November of this year, she will star again in the role in the first-ever “Justice League” feature.
Also in 2016, Gadot appeared in John Hillcoat’s “Triple Nine,” a crime drama about a crew of dirty cops who are blackmailed by the Russian mob to execute an impossible heist; Ariel Vromen’s action film “Criminal,” alongside Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Costner and Gary Oldman, about a dangerous convict receiving the skills and memories of a deceased CIA agent; and in the comedy film “Keeping Up with the Joneses,” opposite Jon Hamm, Isla Fisher and Zach Galifianakis.
In 2009, Gadot appeared in her first U.S. feature as Gisele, Vin Diesel’s love interest in “Fast & Furious.” She returned as Gisele in “Fast Five” and “Fast & Furious 6,” and was last seen in the seventh installment, “Furious 7.” In 2010, Gadot was seen in the action-adventure “Knight and Day,” which starred Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. In the film, she played Naomi, a henchwoman to Tom Cruise’s enemy. The same year she was also seen in the crime comedy romance “Date Night” as Natanya, the Israeli girlfriend of Holbrooke, played by Mark Wahlberg.
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