Gal Gadot cut a relaxed figure as she stepped out in London to address a meeting on Friday night.
The 37-year-old Wonder Woman star donned a chic beige trench coat as she strolled through the capital during a break from her busy filming schedule.
Gal also paired the stylish trench coat with a pair of skinny mom jeans and a pair of casual sneakers.
The beauty also opted to carry her essentials in a large black bag and appeared in high spirits as she stepped out of the car onto the busy London street.
The London outing comes after Shazam! Fury Of The Gods director David F.Sandberg, 42, denied that Gal’s Wonder Woman look was a huge fake.
Going out: Gal Gadot, 37, cut a relaxed figure as she stepped out in London to head to a meeting on Friday night
Stunning: The 37-year-old Wonder Woman star donned a chic beige trench coat as she stepped out at night to attend major film meetings
Casual: She also paired the chic trench coat with a pair of skinny mom jeans and a pair of casual sneakers.
and according to audiovisual clubDavid said Gal’s cameo was “shot in England” while he “directed remotely” due to a “visa issue.”
It comes after viewers questioned whether Gal was on set and whether her face was deeply faked in her body double in the scene.
However, director David set the record straight about Gal’s appearance in the DC superhero movie.
He said on Twitter: ‘Certain cameo in Shazam! Fury Of The Gods was supposed to be filmed in England, but I couldn’t go due to a visa issue, so I directed remotely.
He also shared a video of himself leading Gal into the scene via what appeared to be a zoom call.
And he told viewers: “It was not a deep fake as some believe.”
Rumors that the scene was a deep fake began to circulate when photos from the set of Shazam 2 showed Gal’s body double, Taylor Cahill, dressed in Wonder Woman costume for the scene.
And shortly after seeing the set photos, fans were quick to hint that Taylor was acting out the entire scene instead of Gal.
Beauty: The beauty also opted to carry her essentials in a large black bag and appeared in high spirits as she stepped out of the car onto the busy London street
Chic: The actress, who decided to keep her look casual yet cute, also styled her brunette locks in a slick ponytail
Glowing: And to finish off the casual ensemble, Gal also donned a no-makeup look for the night ahead.
New Movie: London Outing Comes After Shazam! Fury Of The Gods director David F.Sandberg, 42, denied Gal’s cameo was a deepfake
However, David denied all the rumors and set the record straight by saying that the scene was filmed first with Taylor to determine what cover they needed for Gal.
Returning to Twitter, David said, “We shot the scene with Taylor to find out what coverage we needed to get on Gal since she couldn’t make it to Atlanta.”
In another reply, he also said, “It’s also Taylor’s body with the wizard’s head.” There is absolutely no deep fake. When you see Gal, it’s 100% her.
Gadot is the mother of Alma, 11, Maya, five, and Daniella, one. She shares them all with her husband, Jaron Varsano, 48.
Jaron, who sometimes spells his name with a Y instead of a J, is an Israeli businessman who recently broke into the entertainment industry as a producer on several upcoming projects.
He also appeared in Gadot’s 1984 film Wonder Woman as one of the extras on set.
The couple have been married since 2008, after meeting through mutual friends at a ‘desert party’.
In 2016, Gadot told Glamor that she met her husband for the first time.
“It was about yoga and chakras and healthy eating; we didn’t exactly find ourselves there, but we found each other,” she said.
Setting the record straight: And according to AV Club, David said Gal Gadot’s cameo was ‘shot in England’, while he ‘directed remotely’ due to a ‘visa issue’
Questioning: It comes after viewers questioned whether Gal was on set and whether her face was deeply simulated on her body double in the scene.
The Israeli native became a household name in the entertainment industry after being cast as DC Studios’ version of Wonder Woman.
After the first two movies came out in 2017 and 2020 respectively, there were plans for a third movie in the works with DC when the movie was scrapped from the studio’s slate.
Despite the studio not moving forward with the third Wonder Woman installment, James Gunn, who was recently named the new co-head of DC Studios, explained that Gal was not fired from the role.
The filmmaker responded to a comment on a recent DC-related Instagram post that read, “Can’t wait to see what you’re cooking up… That being said, the move to oust Cavill and Gadot…doesn’t inspire confidence.” .’
“I’m not sure where you get ‘ripped’ Gal off,” Gunn replied.
The first Wonder Woman movie debuted in 2017, opening with a grand opening weekend of $103 million on its way to $412 million domestically and $822 million worldwide.
Gunn and Safran, along with Warner Bros. co-CEOs Michael De Luca and Pamela Abdy, said the third film didn’t currently fit with their new plans for DC Studios.