Spot Gal Gadot’s husband and daughters in ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

Published December 29, 2020, 1:24 PM

by Jane Kingsu-Cheng

A new superhero movie has just been released last Christmas. We all couldn’t wait to watch something new despite viewing it at home.

While people couldn’t get over the original Wonder Woman, Linda Carter, making a cameo in the end, there were a lot more cameos that are making us do a replay of the movie, most especially during the finale scene.

We did notice that there were scenes that were given a few more seconds of air time, and we wondered if there was something special behind them. Apparently—yes!

In an interview by Kevin McCarthy for the Good Day DC show, Gal Gadot revealed that her husband and two daughters are also part of the movie. “My oldest one appeared with Ace, with Patty’s (Jenkins, the director of the movie) son.”

Her eldest daughter Alma and director Patty Jenkin’s son Ace accidentally throw snowballs at Gal Gadot in the movie

She added that her youngest daughter, whom she was pregnant with during the reshoot for Wonder Woman, was also in the movie with her husband Yaron.

Gal Gadot’s husband Yaron accompanies their daughter in the carousel

Patty also revealed that even her husband was part of the movie.

When asked how Gal Gadot felt about her family being part of the movie, “It meant a lot, especially in the very special scene,” she continues. “This movie is just more than a movie, for us, for me, for Patty. It completely changed my life. The amount of labor, thought, emotions, we put in the movie—it’s a lot.”

“I couldn’t have done the movie without the support of my amazing family, and to have them captured in the film with me, because they are a part of it. It meant a lot, and it’s amazing souvenir that we will forever cherish.”

Patty Jenkins added in a podcast interview with Cinema Blend: “It was so poignant. It makes me cry when I see it because of what the scene’s about. And then to see our own children… we go on this journey making these films ourselves. Where we are like, ‘What is it really all about, what does it really matter?’ So to see bring it all home for her, and her eyes looking at these beautiful children that are actually hers? It’s just such a special [moment].”

Now, let’s watch the movie again, shall we?