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Gal Gadot exchanges her classic superhero costume for new golden winged armor in Wonder Woman 1984

Wonder Woman fans get a new look at the superhero costume for the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984.

Gal Gadot, 34, looked furious when she was in a glowing golden armor with wings covering the Weekly entertainmentnewest issue.

Gadot was radiant while posing in profile and giving fans a detailed view of the costume.

Her wings spread: Gal Gadot looked like a goddess as she modeled her new Wonder Woman costume for the latest cover of Entertainment Weekly

Her wings spread: Gal Gadot looked like a goddess as she modeled her new Wonder Woman costume for the latest cover of Entertainment Weekly

The actress wowed as she lifted one leg to reveal her gilded armor and throw her full waves from the 80s over a shoulder.

She came ready to fight and saw WW’s iconic lasso bear of truth.

But the most impressive part of the look were the knife-like golden wings that were mounted on her back.

The stunning look consists of 44lbs of carbon fiber, which was produced later in production.

Oscar-winning costume designer Lindy Hemming made the costume to blind and told EW: ‘In the light it is always fluid, moving. There is a feeling of non-flatness … Because in the comics she is fighting her most powerful fights in the golden suit. “

Although the costume of beauty born in Israel was new to many, old fans of comic book history recognized the inspiration.

Things are changing: the gold-plated suit is a noticeable change from her first Wonder Woman costume, which depicted the heroine in the grip of WWI

Things are changing: the gold-plated suit is a noticeable change from her first Wonder Woman costume, which depicted the heroine in the grip of WWI

Things are changing: the gold-plated suit is a noticeable change from her first Wonder Woman costume, which depicted the heroine in the grip of WWI

Go for the gold! According to DC enthusiasts, the armor looks like it was based on the “Golden Eagle” getup that the character has attracted to the comics in the past

According to DC enthusiasts, the armor seems to be based on the ‘Golden Eagle’ getup that the character has attracted to the comics in the past.

The gold-plated suit is a noticeable change from her first Wonder Woman costume, which portrayed the heroine in the grip of WWI.

That beautiful costume covered Diana in a geometric strapless gladiator-inspired leotard with a short shirt, thigh-high boots along with the iconic gauntlets and tiara of the characters.

Wonder Woman has undergone more than a few iterations since her time on the screen began in the 1970s, with the Cathy Lee Crosby-fronted 1974 made for TV film. During the era, the character also appeared in the long-running animation series Super Friends by Hanna-Barbera.

Iconic: one of Wonder Woman's most recognizable looks comes with thanks to Lynda Carter's TV version of the Amazon from 1975 to 1979, above

Iconic: one of Wonder Woman's most recognizable looks comes with thanks to Lynda Carter's TV version of the Amazon from 1975 to 1979, above

Iconic: one of Wonder Woman’s most recognizable looks comes with thanks to Lynda Carter’s TV version of the Amazon from 1975 to 1979, above

Wonder-ful: Wonder Woman has undergone more than a few iterations since her time on screen began in the 70s, with the Cathy Lee Crosby-fronted 1974 made for TV movie, seen above

Wonder-ful: Wonder Woman has undergone more than a few iterations since her time on screen began in the 70s, with the Cathy Lee Crosby-fronted 1974 made for TV movie, seen above

Wonder-ful: Wonder Woman has undergone more than a few iterations since her time on screen began in the 70s, with the Cathy Lee Crosby-fronted 1974 made for TV movie, seen above

But the most recognizable form of Wonder Woman comes with the TV version of the Amazon from 1975 to 1979 by Lynda Carter, in which she wore star-spotted hot pants, along with a bustier with a red and gold eagle.

Wonder Woman 1984 will pick up decades after the adventures of the hero in Europe during the First World War.

In addition to a new environment, Diana will compete against new villains.

Kristin Wiig was announced in 2018 as the newest enemy of WW.

Claws out: Last summer, Kristin Wiig was announced as Cheetah, the newest enemy of WW

Claws out: Last summer, Kristin Wiig was announced as Cheetah, the newest enemy of WW

Claws out: Last summer, Kristin Wiig was announced as Cheetah, the newest enemy of WW

The comic talent will transform into Cheetah, AKA Barbara Minerva, a cat-inspired villain with feline reflexes and superhuman agility.

And while Wonder Woman already has a ready-made fan base, earning no less than $ 412 million inland for the 2017 outing, the 80’s follow-up is not a direct follow-up.

To talk with Vulture back in March producer Charles Roven said that Jenkins was in full with the term and told the site: “She was just convinced that this movie should be the next iteration of Wonder Woman, but not a sequel,” and added: ” And that is certainly true. “

And fans will have to be patient for the non-sequel. Wonder Woman 1984 only appears on June 5, 2020.

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