Gal Gadot stunned in a series of stylish outfits for the new issue of Vanity Fair, as the publication revealed scenes from the actress's shoot and snippets of her interview to their Instagram feed on Tuesday.
In the video, the outlet showed off its November cover star on the beach, with her hair slicked back and appearing to be wet as she waded through the water in various outfits.
For the first look, Gadot wore a skintight red latex dress that came together in a halter around her neck and hugged her hips as it fell below her knees.
The second style, a long-sleeved white dress, adequately showcased her 5-foot-10-inch frame, with a formfitting bottom that hit below her calves. The top part of the dress also fit tightly around her torso and upper body, with cutouts that showed off a part of her toned midsection and lower back and scooped down to expose part of her right shoulder and collarbone.
Gadot's final look was a long-sleeved, navy blue sweater-style bodysuit, with white trim and white buttons down the front plus a large sailor-style collar.
The actress engaged in several activities in the clip, walking through the ocean, playing with two white-and-gray dogs, and being picked up via surfboard by a few shirtless men, smiling flirtatiously for the camera.
A snippet from Gadot's interview was written in the caption, describing how she gets teary-eyed when watching the opening scene of her upcoming film Wonder Woman 1984, which features a child version of Diana Prince.
The mother-of-two went on in the interview to give more details about the movie, noting its aim to delve "deeper" into tough subjects and major moral questions.
"I think the first film was the birth of a hero and this time around we wanted to go deeper in a way. It's more about the danger in greed, and I think that it's very relevant to the era that we're living in nowadays. It feels like everyone is in a race for more, and when you get what you wanted there's a new bar—and what's the price? And do we lose ourselves in this crazy marathon?" she stated.After sharing with 5.7 million followers, the video performed well with users, as more than 24,300 likes and 445 comments appeared on the post.
"Woowwww," one person gushed.
"She is a gorgeous woman," another fan commented.
"Beautiful Gal," wrote an additional follower.
"Stunning," an admirer commented, adding several clapping hands emoji to their post.
Ever since her big break on the scene playing Wonder Woman, Gadot has stayed busy shooting for a multitude of projects. As The Inquisitr previously reported, she's participating in the highly anticipated Justice League director's cut, or Zack Snyder's Justice League, and will partake in a few reshoots set to happen this month. The completed film is set to release on HBO Max in 2021.