Gal Gadot Flaunts Impressive Aerial Acrobatics in Washington DC with the Aid of a Stunt Double

In her role as Wonder Woman, Diana doesn’t require any assistance. However, in real life, Gal Gadot knows when to rely on the expertise of professionals. On Monday, she had a stunt double step in for a challenging move on set. Prior to this, Gal fearlessly performed an impressive sequence of aerial stunts outside the United States Capitol in Washington D.C. Check out the video below.

The real deal: The hotly anticipated sequel is set to hit theatres in November next year.

Gal Gadot, the actress who plays Wonder Woman, showed off her impressive aerial gymnastics skills in front of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C. on Monday, but she had some assistance from a stunt double to pull off the daring feat. It’s clear that Gadot is the true embodiment of the superheroine she portrays on screen.

Gal’s got some serious guts! The bold and daring performer pulled off an incredible array of aerial feats.

Professional help: The stunt double, who wore a wig to look just like Gal, was used for the more ambitious stunts in front of the Capitol, rising high into the air

Assistance from a professional: A wig-wearing stunt double was utilized to perform the daring stunts in front of the Capitol, soaring to great heights. The double was made to resemble Gal and was only used for the more challenging stunts.

Gal, dressed in the famous Wonder Woman costume, was securely fastened into a safety harness before being lifted up in front of a line of cars. She was attached to a device that allowed her to smoothly glide in front of the vehicles while posing for the camera. To perform more daring stunts in front of the Capitol, a stunt double was used. The double wore a wig to resemble Gal and was raised high into the air for these impressive feats.

Every precaution: Gal, clad in the iconic Wonder Woman outfit, was carefully belted into a safety harness, before being hoisted to the air in front of some cars

Before being lifted in front of some vehicles, Gal was dressed in the famous Wonder Woman costume and securely fastened to a safety harness to ensure that all necessary precautions were taken.

Action: Rigged up to the device, the 33-year-old Israeli glided along in front of the vehicles, acting for the cameras

Dressed up with the gadget, the 33-year-old person from Israel smoothly moved ahead of the automobiles, performing for the recording equipment.

Here she goes: Gal is hard at work on the sequel, with the new flick titled Wonder Woman 1984

Gal Gadot is currently working hard on the sequel to the highly successful superhero film, Wonder Woman, called Wonder Woman 1984. The movie features Gal reprising her role as the Amazonian warrior, who will face a new nemesis, The Cheetah, portrayed by Kristen Wiig. The action-packed movie takes place in 1984, amidst the turmoil of the Cold War, and is directed and produced by Patty Jenkins, who also directed the first Wonder Woman. Joining her in production are Gal Gadot, Charles Roven, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder, and Stephen Jones.

She's a Wonder: Starring Gal Gadot as the Amazonian warrior once again, Wonder Woman¿s next big screen adventure sees her battle an all new foe, The Cheetah, played by Kristen Wiig

Get ready for an epic showdown as Gal Gadot reprises her role as Wonder Woman on the big screen. This time around, she’ll be facing off against a formidable opponent, The Cheetah, portrayed by Kristen Wiig. It’s sure to be a thrilling adventure that fans won’t want to miss.

Life off: Gal balanced on a cooler at the start of the shot

The beginning of the scene shows a young woman confidently perched on top of a cooler, seemingly unfazed by the world around her.

Ready to roll: Filming for the production is set to take place in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, the UK, Spain and the Canary Islands

All set: The filming of the project is scheduled to happen in various locations including Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, as well as in the UK, Spain, and the Canary Islands.

We'll have to wait: The hotly anticipated sequel is set to hit theatres in November next year

We have to be patient because the highly awaited second installment of the Wonder Woman series won’t be released until November next year. Along with the return of Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Pedro Pascal will also be joining the cast for this new movie. The filming process is set to happen in various locations including Washington D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, Spain, the UK, and the Canary Islands. Earlier, director Patty and DC Entertainment president Geoff Johns hinted that the movie’s setting would be in 1984.

Impressive: Wonder Woman (at least, her talented stunt double) gets airborne

Wow! The stunt double of Wonder Woman is absolutely amazing as she launches herself into the air.

All pro: The muscular and talented stuntswoman is seen in the harness, against the iconic backdrop of the Capitol

The skilled and brawny female stunt performer is captured in her safety gear, with the recognizable Capitol building serving as the picturesque scenery.

Taking flight: The pro will take Gal's place for the more dangerous stunts, although the actress also does many of her own

Gal Gadot, the lead actress in the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel, will be replaced by a stunt double for riskier scenes. However, Gadot will still perform many of her own stunts. Director Patty Jenkins has updated her Twitter header to an image that confirms the new movie, titled “WW84,” will take place after the events of the first film, which was set during World War I. The highly anticipated sequel is scheduled to premiere in theaters in November 2019. Lynda Carter, who played Wonder Woman in the iconic TV series, has had discussions with Jenkins about making a cameo appearance in the new movie. Whether or not she appears depends on Jenkins and Warner Bros’ willingness to invest in her presence.

High flying: Gal holds onto the ropes as she soars skyward

As she takes a leap, the gal tightly grips onto the ropes and ascends higher and higher into the sky.

Acting: The 33-year-old concentrates on her moves

The 33-year-old actress is fully focused on perfecting her dance moves.

Crowd scene: Plenty of extras were enlisted for the detailed shoot

There were a lot of background actors who were recruited for the elaborate filming of the crowd scene.

She's a fire starter: The superhero is pictured against some first responders during the filming

The superhero is portrayed standing alongside first responders in the midst of filming, showcasing her fiery nature.

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