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“Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot promised her fans she was inspired to portray the superhero role once more, despite criticism from those who supported Palestine. “Wonder Woman” has been banned in Tunisia, Lebanon and Jordan since Gadot, who is of Israeli descent, served in the Israel Defense Forces.
She took to Twitter Sunday after “Wonder Woman” director Patty Jenskins posted a message she received from a kindergarten teacher. “Wow the last paragraph really gave me the chills. So true. So powerful. Gives me a huge drive to dive in and work on the next one,” Gadot wrote.
Gadot’s favorite message from the teacher said, “I was talking to one of the girls who hadn’t seen the movie, and the next day she came and very seriously told me, ‘You were right. ‘Wonder Wonder’ was way better than ‘Frozen.’”
Wow the last paragraph really gave me the chills. So true. So powerful. Gives me a huge drive to dive in and work on the next one…
Another said, “Seven girls playing together during recess on Tuesday, saying that since they all wanted to be Wonder Woman they had agreed to be Amazons and not fight but work together to defeat evil.”
The children’s responses were given a week after the movie was released. “My producer just sent me this... ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE! This makes every hard day worth it. Thank you to whomever wrote it,” Jenkins wrote.
My producer just sent me this... ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE! This makes every hard day worth it. Thank you to whomever wrote it!!????????????
While there has been plenty of acclaim for the film, there has also been criticism. Part of that comes because Gadot, 32, praised the Israeli military in a 2014 Facebook post during the Gaza war.
Gadot’s husband, Yaron Versano, is Jewish, too. The couple met “at a very strange party in the Israeli desert” more than 10 years ago. “It was all about yoga, chakras, and eating healthy — we didn't exactly find ourselves there, but we found each other,” she told Glamour Magazine in March 2016.
He owns The Varsano Hotel in Neve Tzedek in Tel Aviv, Israel. “After I shot ‘Fast Four’, my husband Yaron and I started traveling back and forth from Israel and the US, which was hard,” she told TotallyJewish.com in 2012. “We found ourselves staying in hotels all the time. We wanted to feel at home, which is when we discovered these apartments within a hotel in Los Angeles. It became the inspiration for Yaron's hotel, The Varsano. I think that Yaron and I make a really good team. I understand his career and he understands mine. We help each other progress in all areas of life. We're both very career driven.”