In an exclusive interview with Israeli Channel 12 News, Wonder Woman icon Gal Gadot opened up about her experiences on the set of “Justice League” reshoots in 2017.
After a family tragedy Zack and Deborah Snyder stepped down from post production responsibilities, leaving the super team movie in the hands of Joss Whedon, who was brought on to Warner Media to keep the film “light.”
According to recent reports and accusations by Ray Fisher, among others, Joss exhibited abusive and harmful behavior.
Fisher also stated that former Warner Bros. co-president of production Jon Berg, and former DC Entertainment president and chief creative officer Geoff Johns both “enabled” Whedon.
Gal Gadot has now spoken about her own experience with the director, which she has previously mentioned.
“He threatened my career and told me that if I did something, he’ll make sure my career will be miserable and I just took care of it on the spot,” Gadot said.
According to Gal, Whedon threatened Gadot’s career after she asked the director to make changes to her character.
Gadot also spoke about her family and how she’s been dealing with the pandemic.
“I experienced what everyone else experienced,” Gadot stated. “Between being the cook, the launderer, the ironman, the teacher and the maid of my children and trying to jungle it with work and the fear of what it is, until when and how it will be. And I want that too.”
In the same interview with Israeli Channel 12 News, Gadot also discussed a previous family tragedy. According to Gal, In 2008 a policeman killed his wife and two kids, a newborn babygirl and a three year old boy, and then committed suicide. The murdered wife was Gal’s family relative, Hila Bachar.