Gal Gadot is an Israeli actress, model, singer, and martial artist. She was born on April 30, 1985, in Rosh Ha’ayin, Israel.
The actress attracted fame in 2004 as the winner of the Miss Israel competition. She undertook military service for two years before pursuing acting opportunities. Her first film role was in Fast Furious 2009, and she was later tapped to play the DC Comics Superhero Wonder woman on screen, earning praise for her leading performance in 2017. Despite being such a successful actress, there is still some hate for her. Why do people hate Gal Gadot?
After her film debut in 2009 in Fast and Furious as Gisele, she played other roles in several sequels: Fast Five (2011), Fast and Furious 6 (2013), and Furious 7 in 2015.
Gadot has also appeared in other roles like the action drama criminal in 2016 and keeping up with the Joneses comedy.
Her role as Cleopatra
One of the reasons people hate her is her role as Cleopatra. Despite being an Israeli, she has been cast as Cleopatra, the famous Egyptian ruler. This raised negativity amongst some of her fans who claim there could have been a better choice of historically accurate actresses.
Some people argued that Cleopatra was African or Egyptian and therefore a “darker than a brown paper bag” actress should play the role.
According to the Smithsonian magazine, Cleopatra was Greek and not Egyptian. At the same time, Cambridge University Egyptologist Sally Ashton claims that Cleopatra wasn’t just completely European.
However, the Jewish community defended her, claiming that a Jewish Israeli fits the depiction because they lived in the areas for centuries.
Her breast size as Wonder Woman
When you think of Gal Gadot, you probably think of DC’s Wonder Woman. The role remains to be her biggest role ever. Currently, she is one of Netflix’s richest female stars and has tons of projects lined up.
Fans had a lot of opinions about Gal Gadot’s Breasts as Wonder Woman.
Gadot noticed the trending opinions on her breast size, but she had the perfect response to it. Although such comments would make one want to shut the internet forever, she responded, “She is the wonder woman after all.”
Gadot goes ahead to say that she realized that you couldn’t please everyone. Besides, in one of the interviews, she said, “If you want to be true to the origin story, the (myth goes that) Amazons had only one breast; otherwise it would get in the way of the bow and arrow!”
Gal Gadot’s “Imagine” Video
Gadot’s montage of celebrity pals singing “Imagine” by John Lennon was meant to spread positivity amidst the coronavirus crisis and faced backlash rather.
“You know, the virus has affected the entire world. Everyone. It doesn’t matter who you are. Where you’re from-we are all in this together.” While the song was meant to be uplifting, it faced negativity from critics who believe that wealthy people should be doing more to help victims of the outbreak.
People called the celebrities in Gadot’s video to open up their wallets or donate resources to help people.