She said: "Well, we might. They can get used to it. It's a nice souvenir in each movie they're going to be older and older."
The much-in-love couple was blessed with a baby girl and they took to Instagram to share the happy news.
Gadot's husband, Yaron Varsano, proceeded to pick the tip of her finger up after the accident.
Gadot's announcement comes hours after she presented the best foreign language film award at the 2021 Golden Globes to Lee Isaac Chung's Korean-American feature "Minari".
Synder also revealed that he has never seen the version of 'Justice League' that released in 2017 and had opened to underwhelming reviews and disappointing box office.
"A year ago... WOW! So much has changed. Back then I thought Corona was only a beer and I had no idea I'm gonna buy so many face masks. And hand sanitizer.. be safe everyone. Peace and love," she wrote
For years director Patty Jenkins and I have been talking about finding the right fighting style for Wonder Woman, because usually when you go to superhero movies the protagonist is a man. And men fight like men.
Women directors comprise 16 per cent of filmmakers calling the shots on the 100 highest-grossing last year
The captivating picture that sees the 35-year-old actor posing for the camera with no-makeup look, managed to garner more than one million likes within a few hours of being posted including one like from the Bollywood star
"I loved the fact that Patty and (writer) Geoff Johns found a way to bring him back -- which we can't talk about -- but it made me really happy," the actor said.
According to the studio, the third "Wonder Woman" movie will conclude the long-planned trilogy and will release theatrically
Asked about being attached to the film as actor and producer, Gadot said: "It was an amazing opportunity for me to really learn from the best. I do what I do out of passion and love for the arts and the craft.
The Israeli actor took to Instagram to share a picture of the 'Wonder Woman' headgear that she has worn in both of the films of the franchise.
Snyder who wrote the original story of the 2017 released film has produced its sequel 'Wonder Woman 1984,' which is set to release in Indian movie theatres on December 25.
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