Gal Gadot Reunites With Patty Jenkins For Cleopatra Biopic

Wonder Woman of Hollywood, Gal Gadot reunites with director Patty Jenkins for Cleopatra biopic which will be another elaborate costume historical drama based on the life Egyptian queen Cleopatra.

This is a very exciting news update as the exemplary actor who has her own big fan base across the globe and whose acting is loved by the audiences along with the critics and Hollywood film fraternity has proven her mettle as a versatile actor who can play any type of diverse and unconventional characters with ease and confidence. Also known as the Wonder Woman of Hollywood, suave starlet Gal Gadot reunites with Patty Jenkins for the Cleopatra biopic.

Honestly this happy scoop of news has left us with smiles on our faces as everyone’s eager wait for witnessing the stunning ace actress who created a magical spell with her spellbound performance as the female superhero warrior in Wonder Woman (2017) will come to an end as the blue eyed spunky Hollywood star Gal Gadot reunites with Patty for the Cleopatra biopic.

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Gal Gadot is an Israeli actress, model and producer who gained worldwide fame and recognition for her brilliant acting as Gisele Yashar in the Fast And Furious franchise (2009) following which, she reprised her role in the forthcoming action adventure films of the same franchise.

She went on to gain worldwide critical acclaim along with commercial success for portraying Diana Prince / Wonder Woman in the DC Extended Universe, beginning with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) followed by the solo film Wonder Woman and the ensemble Justice League (both 2017).

But it was her role Wonder Woman which made the critics, fans and audiences take notice of her versatility and flexibility as an actor and which got her immense love from all sections of the media, created her fan base across the globe, established her permanent niche and footing as a commercially viable star in Hollywood.

Director Patty Jenkins is an American director and screenwriter. She is best known for writing and directing the films Monster (2003), Wonder Woman (2017) which also includes the upcoming film project titled Wonder Woman: 1984 (2020).

But it was Wonder Woman (2017) a Marvel DC Universe film that gave a permanent strong footing and position in Hollywood of being the only main female director of a Marvel DC Universe film that broke the records of other films Fifty Shades Darker (2017) led by Sam Taylor Johnson.

Fun fact about the film is that Wonder Woman became the highest grossing live action film ever made by a female director which had an aim of curating and creating more opportunities for female creative talent in the Hollywood film industry. Gadot’s Pilot Wave Motion Pictures patented and lived with this epic project, which later landed with Paramount Pictures after a studio auction.

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins and actress Gal Gadot are all set to return to the silver screens, but this time with a movie, which is also going to be yet again another elaborate costume based drama film that has been titled Cleopatra.

Cleopatra is going to be a historical biopic which is currently in the working stage as of now and will be presented by Paramount Pictures which has been confirmed officially by a leading international digital entertainment website.

The film is going to be directed by Patty Jenkins which will be based on the script written by Laeta Kalogridis. The film is going be produced by Charles Roven of Atlas Entertainment along with Gadot and Varsano of Pilot Wave Motion Pictures.

In this film, Gal Gadot will be seen playing the historical and larger than life character of Cleopatra. This movie will be a modern day retelling of the classic tale. This role of Cleopatra was originally played by Elizabeth Taylor in the 1963 classic.

On the work front, Patty and Gal recently completed work on Wonder Woman 1984, which has Gadot reprising her role as the woman warrior yet again.