Wonder Woman is already one of the strongest heroes on the planet, but that isn't stopping Gal Gadot from getting absolutely jacked for the upcoming DC sequel.
That's no ordinary cosplayer: That's Wonder Woman herself.
Wonder Woman'sGal Gadot has delighted patients and staff at a children's hospital near Washington by paying them a visit in her superhero costume.
One woman, Kelly Swink Sahady, thanked the actress for spending time with her daughter Karalyne, who's awaiting a bone marrow transplant, according to her GoFundMe page.
Meanwhile, Dr. Lucas Collazo, a specialist in congenital heart disease, thanked Gadot with a Twitter post and an image of her posing with several doctors and staff members. A sequel to Wonder Woman, titled Wonder Woman 1984, is set to hit theaters next year and is now filming in Washington DC and Virginia. "The kids loved it.and so did the staff", one doctor wrote. "Next time, can you align your visit with my call schedule?"
The blockbuster movie star stopped by in complete costume as her character Diana Prince, Amazonian woman princess on Friday.
The comedian and talented actress is set to get out of her comfort zone by playing the villain named Cheetah but also her secret identity - Barbara Minerva.
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