Gal Gadot visits children’s hospital dressed as Wonder Woman. See pics

Gal Gadot visits children’s hospital dressed as Wonder Woman. See pics

Gal Gadot visits children’s hospital dressed as Wonder Woman. See pics

"The kids loved it. and so did the staff", tweeted Dr. Lucas Collazo at the Inova Children's Hospital in Falls Church, sharing a photo of the Israeli star posing with staff members.

One Mom thanked Gadot for taking the time to visit her 5-month old who is fghting Pediatric Cancer. While fans wait patiently for the film to be released in November of next year, Gal Gadot shared an image of herself as she works out to stay in shape while she films Wonder Woman 1984.

What are you hoping to see Wonder Woman 1984 bring from the comics to the big screen?

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(PHOTOS) More photos of Gal Gadot visiting Inova Children's Hospital yesterday.

While Gadot has only been know as Wonder Woman in the United States for a few years, she has been proving she is worthy of the part for years.

Remember all of those people who spent loads of time hating on Gadot for her physique when she was initially cast as Wonder Woman.

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Between the '80s setting, Kristen Wiig's casting as the villain Cheetah and Chris Pine's mysterious return as Steve Trevor, the Wonder Woman sequel is quickly taking shape.

This fantastic gesture comes just as Gadot and the crew are shooting the sequel to the hugely successful 2017 Wonder Woman film, titled Wonder Woman 1984, in the Washington, D.C., and Virginia area.

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