Gal Gadot brings out her 'inner bat' and dons Ben Affleck's mask in celebration of Batman Day
Gal Gadot not only fights alongside Batman - she also values him. In honor of Batman Day, the Wonder Woman actress posted a video trying on Ben Affleck's bat hood while filming Justice League 2017.
"It's not that bad," Gadot can be heard in the video after crew members help put the heavy mask on her head. "Or my head isn't that big."
While Gadot models her new look, the crew joins in. A makeup artist adds lipstick and mascara and someone jokes that she looks like "Batman's sister".
Gal Gadot / Instagram Gal Gadot as Batman
"Bringing out my inner bat," Gadot captioned the video she shared on Instagram. "Happy Batman Day! #BatmanDay # Batmanday2021."
This isn't the first time Gadot has donned her co-star's famous habit: in 2018, she posted a black and white still from a photo shoot for Halloween. She showed what she looked like in the famous costume (our verdict: pretty cool) and added the iconic words: "I am Batman".
Gadot is currently taking a break from her superhero life as she prepares for the release of the Netflix action comedy Red Notice, which arrives Nov. 12 and reunites the actress with her Fast & Furious co-star, Dwayne Johnson. And in her personal life, she's adjusting to a new iteration of a role she's played for the past several years. In June, she welcomed her third daughter, Daniella, along with husband Jaron Varsano.
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