Gal Gadot adding new project before Wonder Woman 2

Gal Gadot

Justin Kurzel, who directed Assassin's Creed, is set to helm the thriller, which centers on a former Nazi captain who, as a way of making up for his crimes, hunts down and kills his former team of SS officers in Germany.

The film is being produced by Landis and David Goyer, and if a deal can be closed between Gal and the studio fairly soon, filming will begin in early 2018. Indeed, this upcoming project is yet another significant role that the Israeli actress will portray on the big screen. This year's "Wonder Woman" was a blockbuster for Warner Bros. with $821 million in worldwide box office.

Further, she is also slated to star on "Wonder Woman 2" next year, with Petty Jenkins as the returning director of the sequel. Gadot will be seen next as Wonder Woman in the studio's "Justice League", which opens November 17. "But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes-Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash-it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions". However, Wonder Woman 2 is expected to start shooting during the summer of 2018, and be released on 13 December 2019, so it is likely the Ruin shoot would take place before then.

Kurzel is an Australian director whose 2015 adaptation of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" debuted at the Cannes Film Festival.

The movie's storyline centres on a former astronaut, played by Bradley, who has been hired to take a submersible to the deepest part of the ocean. In addition to this announcement, Gadot is reportedly having the line up of movies that are set to hit the theaters before the year ends.

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