Gal Gadot personally invites Israelis to see Wonder Woman

Gadot has a special message for her Israeli fans.

By ARIEL WHITMAN,
May 5, 2017 13:10
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New trailer for 'Wonder Woman' played by Israeli actress Gal Gadot released (credit: REUTERS)

New trailer for 'Wonder Woman' played by Israeli actress Gal Gadot released (credit: REUTERS)

 
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Israeli model-turned-actress Gal Gadot extended a warm personal invitation to her hometown fans to see her new movie, Wonder Woman.

In a Hebrew language Facebook and Instagram video posted on Thursday, Gal remarked "My home. My friends. My Israel. The thing that excites me the most is that you are about to see the movie. I've waited so long in order share this with you, and I am so happy that this day is closer than ever."

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She opened the message in English, with "Hello, Israel!" but quickly transitioned into Hebrew, saying, "You really think I'd talk to you in English?! I am so excited to invite you to watch my new movie Wonder Woman. We were really all over the world, but there is nothing that excites me more than to know that you at home will be watching the movie."

She closed with, "So big kisses Israel, I'm crazy about you."

Wonder Woman opens on June 2nd.

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