“Gal Gadot Unwinds with a Fun Game of Bowling, Taking a Break from Her Heroic Duties”

Have you heard the exciting news about Gal Gadot, the actress who played Wonder Woman? It turns out that she’s not just a superhero on the big screen, but also a possible contender for bowling champion! Gal recently posted on Instagram about her weekend at the bowling alley, where she tried to score a turkey (three strikes in a row) during Thanksgiving. She wore a sleeveless top and leggings, with her dark hair pulled back into a ponytail as she focused on rolling the ball down the lane. You can see her impressive skills for yourself by watching the video below!

Going for the gold: Gal Gadot, 32, shared a shot from a bowling outing on Saturday evening

Gal Gadot, the renowned 32-year-old actress who is known for her portrayal of Wonder Woman, recently shared a photo on social media of her recent visit to a bowling alley on Saturday. The stunning actress, who stands tall at 5ft10, captioned the photo with a simple bowling emoji and the word ‘Bowling’. In the past month, Gadot has been in the spotlight, receiving tremendous support from fans after announcing that she would not be returning for the Wonder Woman sequel if producer Brett Ratner, who has been accused of sexual harassment and assault by multiple women, was involved with the project through his company, RatPac-Dune Entertainment. A source close to Gadot revealed that she will only sign on for the sequel if Warner Bros. buys out Ratner and completely removes him from the project as she believes that hitting people like Ratner where it hurts is the most effective way to deal with them.

Gorgeous gal: The Wonder Woman actress looked fit and fab on the recreational event

Incredible lady: The performer who portrayed the iconic superhero, Wonder Woman, was in fantastic physical condition and looked stunning while engaging in the enjoyable pursuit.

Focused: The Israeli stunner looked to have solid form as she launched the ball toward the pins

The Israeli actress displayed her bowling skills with great force, aiming for the pins. According to insiders, Gadot was aware of her power over Warner Bros as they couldn’t finance a female empowerment film backed by a man accused of sexual misconduct. The skilled actress confirmed her position during an interview on the Today Show, stating that she fully supports women who speak out against harassment and bullying. She made it clear that her views on the subject are public knowledge and not hidden.

A-list: Gadot is one of the biggest breakout stars of 2017 after her summer hit Wonder Woman racked up more than $821 million in box office receipts

Impressive: Gadot has made a name for herself as one of the most notable up-and-coming talents in Hollywood, thanks to her starring role in the wildly successful Wonder Woman film which raked in a whopping $821 million in ticket sales.

Raring to go: Gadot has also brandished a golden lasso in DC films such as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the current Justice League

With enthusiasm and determination, Gadot has displayed her talent handling the legendary golden lasso in DC productions such as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the recent film, Justice League. Nevertheless, Ratner, the movie’s producer, was dismissed from Warner Bros. Studios on November 1st following allegations made by six women, including actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, that were featured in an article by the Los Angeles Times. Nonetheless, Gadot has confirmed that Ratner’s elimination from the sequel had been determined before she was involved in the decision-making procedure.

Last hurrah? Brett Ratner was honored by the Jewish National Fund October 29 with an award Gadot was slated to present him with, before withdrawing due to scheduling conflicts

Is Brett Ratner’s time up? He was recently honored by the Jewish National Fund on October 29th, and Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot was supposed to present the award. However, due to scheduling conflicts, she was unable to attend.

Scattering: Since a Los Angeles Times piece cited six women accusing the producer of sexual harassment and abuse, Warner Bros. has kicked him off the lot, and a whiskey manufacturer he was working with has discontinued his brand

Depletion: Following the surfacing of a Los Angeles Times article where six women came forward accusing the producer of sexual harassment and abuse, Warner Bros. has evicted Ratner from their lot and cut ties with his partnership with a whiskey company. Prior to the publication of the article, Gal Gadot was set to present Ratner with an award from the Jewish National Fund, but she declined citing scheduling conflicts. Gadot also disclosed that several people involved in the movie resonated with her sentiments regarding the situation. Ratner’s attorney, Marty Singer, refuted all allegations against his client.

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