What does a gal do when her movie is the smash hit of the summer? In Gal Gadot’s case, you burst into song.
When word came in Tuesday that “Wonder Woman” breezed past the $400 million mark at the North American box office, becoming the summer’s highest domestic grosser, Gadot celebrated by singing a little ditty at a hotel in West Hollywood. Luckily stylist Elizabeth Stewart was around to film it go down.
“Wonder Woman” is now the third highest-grossing Warner Bros. release on a domestic basis behind “The Dark Knight” and “The Dark Knight Rises.” It’s also the highest-grossing film ever released by a female director.
Gadot has another reason to celebrate: on Tuesday, Mattel released the “Justice League” Barbie Signature Mera doll, and its packaging included a synopsis for “Justice League” that centered on Wonder Woman instead of Batman.
“Once again, Wonder Woman must demonstrate her ability as a fierce warrior,” the new synopsis reads. “Facing a great enemy, she and Batman join forces to recruit a group of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. Having formed an unprecedented League of heroes, they set out to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.”
“Justice League” hits theaters this fall on November 17. “Wonder Woman” is currently in theaters.