Gal Gadot cradles baby bump, says she is working on ‘two upcoming projects’. See pic

Gail Gadot has shared a picture in which she can be seen reading a screenplay while nurturing her baby bump. Gadot captioned the photo, “Working on two major projects …” He did not reveal what the two projects might be, but one of them could be a child himself if his eyelid emoji was any indication.

She is catching up on what could be the script of one of her future projects.

It will be the third child of Gadot and husband Yaron Varsano. Gadot, best known for his performance as DC superhero Wonder Woman, was last seen in the sequel to the Wonder Woman 1984.

Gadot recently celebrated the Wonder Woman 1984 stunt team victory at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. He shared behind-the-scenes photos and videos of the film. She wrote in the caption, “Vishal donned a stunt at @stagwords to win the actor for Outstanding Action Performance for our incredible # WW84 stunt team! He is one of the hardest working people in Brock, amazing actors and athletes and not only was he such a big part of this action packed film. But they were also instrumental in keeping the cast and crew safe. We are so grateful to each and every one of you and the incredible work you put into this film! Thanks to all of you.”

She will next appear in Netflix’s action-comedy thriller Red Notice. Written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (Central Intelligence, We Are the Millers), the film takes place in several countries. It centers around the search for the most wanted art thief in the world. Red notice will be issued sometime later this year.

Gal Gadot is also part of the upcoming multi-starrer Murder Mystery film, Kenneth Branagh’s Death on the Nile. The film, which is an Agatha Christie adaptation, also stars Annette Benning, Russell Brand, Ali Fazal, Don French, Army Hammer, Rose Leslie, Emma McKay, Sophie Okonado, Jennifer Saunders and Letitia Wright.

Death on the Nile has been delayed several times due to the coronovirus epidemic. Its current release date is 11 February 2022.

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