Gal Gadot shared some charming new images on her Instagram account on Tuesday. The Israeli actress and model, 38, dropped a series of three photos on her Instagram of herself wearing a yellow turtleneck dress. Gadot captioned her Instagram post with a simple chick emoji, mirroring the color of her dress. The Wonder Woman star’s ensemble was long-sleeved and featured feathers adorning its sleeves, which were all bunched up together. Gadot completed her look with her wedding ring and a bracelet on one of her wrists as she wore her signature dark-colored hair, which was straightened and shoulder-length, down.
All three images were take from the waist up and showed the actress in front of a multi-colored painted canvas. Among the colors featured on the canvas included white, navy blue, yellow, orange, and red, to name a few. The first photo had Gadot looking away from the camera and had one of her arms on top of the other. Meanwhile, the second image showcased the voluminous amount of yellow feathers that were bunched up together along the dress’s sleeves
The last image showed Gadot from the chest up as she looked straight into the camera and ran one of her hands through her hair. Gadot’s August 8 Instagram post comes as she’s currently gearing up for the release of her new Netflix film Heart of Stone, which will be released on the streaming service on August 11. A trailer for the spy thriller was released on June 19, 2023, at Netflix’s Tudum Global Fan Event in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
In Heart of Stone, Gadot plays Rachel Stone, an International intelligence agent for the Charter, an organization committed to ‘keeping peace in a turbulent world.’ The actress also is one of the movie’s executive producers. Heart of Stone, which planned to be the beginning of a film franchise, also stars Jamie Dornan, Alia Bhatt, Oscar-nominated actress Sophie Okonedo, and Matthias Schweighöfer. In an interview with The Wrap that was published on August 7, Gadot stated that the main reason why she did the project was because she wanted to more in the action film genre (a genre in which she has done a ‘fair share’ of films of) ‘specifically from a female point of view’.