– by Seth McDonald

According to Deadline, Gal Gadot is in talks to star in the World War II film, Ruin. The film will be directed by Justin Kurzel (Assassin’s Creed), and was written by Ryan and Matthew Firpo. The film currently does not have a release date, but would like to start production early next year. The film’s synopsis follows below:

“The film follows a nameless ex-Nazi captain who navigates the ruins of post-WWII Germany determined to atone for his crimes during the war by hunting down the surviving members of his former SS Death Squad.”

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Gadot appeared on the most recent Saturday Night Live, and it is likely we will see her continue to build off the success she gained from Wonder Woman. Gadot won over fans and critics with her portrayal of the popular DC heroine, and its possible she could start showing up a lot around Hollywood. Fans will next see Gadot return as the Wonder Woman in the upcoming superhero team up film, Justice League.

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Source: Deadline

  • suckit15694

    Assassin’s Creed?

  • Laurence

    Got to say, she’s shown herself up. Plays Wonder Woman but offscreen keeps quiet about Ben Affleck molesting a young presenter at a time when Weinstein’s being done for rape and there allegations. She’s happy to work with Affleck, who comes from a family of female abusers (his brother Casey settled two sexual harrasment cases outside of court). Not exactly Wonder Woman anymore. Surely it’s her duty to say something rather than stay quiet and encourage people to support Affleck in the Batman role of the movie she is in.

  • Kindofabigdeal

    Gal needs to co-star in a rom-com with me.

  • Adam Skylar

    Ok cool. I think Christian Bale is involved.