Gal Gadot: No sequel unless Brett Ratner is out
Gal Gadot praised as Israel’s ‘true and adored diplomat’ by presidentIsraeli President Reuven Rivlin and Hollywood actress Gal Gadot met after Rivlin’s speech at the General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America held in LA. The two spoke again at an after party following the premier of Gadot’s new movie. In addition, a Warner Bros. spokesperson has denied the reports of Gal Gadot refusing to star in the next Wonder Woman movie if Brett Ratner is involved.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, who is currently visiting LA, praised Israeli actress Gal Gadot this evening (Tuesday) at the premier for her new movie Justice League. “I’m happy to meet you here as a true and adored diplomat of the State of Israel,” Rivlin said.
After his speech at the General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America, Rivlin met Gadot, who then invited him to her movie premier. Rivlin explained that he was unable to attend, but promised to attend the after party.
Gadot was moved by Rivlin’s warm wishes and thanked him at her event. The Hollywood star presented the Israeli President, who was also quite excited, to the movie’s producers and many others.
As reported earlier this week by JOL, the Israeli-born Hollywood star allegedly refused to star in the next Wonder Woman movie if Brett Ratner is involved in the film’s production following the sexual harassment accusations against him. However, a Warner Bros. spokesman was quoted by the Los Angeles Times saying that this report is “false.”
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