By Ynet - July 8, 2015
Originally appeared here on Ynetnews.com
The movie "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" will only come out in eight and a half months (on March 25, 2016), but its PR campaign is already in full swing, led by Gal Gadot - the Israeli actress and model who is about to debut as Wonder Woman alongside Henry Cavill (Superman) and Ben Affleck (Batman).
The 30-year-old Israeli will be at Comic Con in San Diego next week alongside her two co-stars and director Zack Snyder, but she's already been taking to the press about the upcoming movie. Among other things, she discussed how her IDF service helped prepare her for the role of Wonder Woman.
"The army wasn’t that difficult for me. The military gave me good training for Hollywood," she told Fashion magazine.
The magazine drew a parallel between Gadot, who served as a fitness trainer in the IDF, and Israeli top model Bar Refaeli, who dodged army service, and was quoted as saying "I don't regret not enlisting, because it paid off big time. That's just the way it is: celebrities have other needs. I hope my case has influenced the army." Read More