Wonder Woman, ie Gadot, took her place in the museum in a special exhibit alongside her Justice League costars: Henry Cavill's Superman and Ben Affleck's Batman."If you look in my eyes long enough I might blink," Gadot wrote on social media, sharing a 360-degree video look at the figurine. "Such an honor! Thank you so much #MadameTussauds."The exhibition, titled Justice League: A Call for Heroes, will open to the public on Friday, and there are special viewings being held all week long. Unlike a traditional Madame Tussauds exhibit, the Justice League installation is interactive."Fans have never come this close to the action," said James Paulding, general manager of the museum, in a press release last month. "Madame Tussauds Orlando, together with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, have created a Justice League experience you have to see to believe – from the unbeatable roster of DC Super Heroes to the sensational, hi-tech experiences."An identical exhibit will open up at the Madame Tussauds museum in Sydney, Australia, later this summer.
If you look in my eyes long enough I might blink. Such an honor! Thank you so much #MadameTussauds ♀️ @TussaudsOrlando pic.twitter.com/XRcxTqfln4— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) May 22, 2018