Model confirms she’s been cast in “Justice League”
Though the film has been pushed back due to the writer’s strike, Megan Gale has finally confirmed she’s been chosen to play ‘Wonder Woman’ in “Justice League of America”.
The 32-year-old, who has also just announced her retirement from the Cat-Walk, tells News.com.au, “I still can’t believe it,” she said. “I have been infatuated with Wonder Woman since I was a teenager.”
Gale said she had known since October that she had the part in the Warner Bros film, but was sworn to secrecy.
Gale said she was a big fan of American actor Lynda Carter, who donned the gold-plated bustier, knee-high boots and star-spangled bloomers to play Wonder Woman in the 1970s TV series.
“I’ve been a fan of Wonder Woman since I was a teenager,” Gale said. “People used to tell me I looked like Lynda Carter. It was always a bit of a fantasy. It was never going to be a reality for me, but it kind of found me and I’m a big believer in fate and destiny. Even if the writers’ strike goes on forever, for me, the fact that I’ve been cast as Wonder Woman is enough.”
The latest is “Justice League” will be back before the cameras by mid-year – strike pending.
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