Gal Gadot is Cast in Live-Action Snow White
Published on November 4th, 2021 | Updated on November 4th, 2021 | By FanFest
Gal Gadot is heading towards a Disney live-action remake and the internet is abuzz with opinions. Whether you like it or not, Gadot is about to get Evil.
The Hollywood Reporter shared the news that Gadot is in final negotiations to play the Evil Queen in the live-action remake of Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Alongside Gadot’s Evil Queen, Rachel Zegler is set to play Snow White.
The news immediately resonated with fans who are looking forward to seeing Gadot in the live-action remake. It also saw mixed reactions from fans who had a different evil queen in mind and some who are wondering how many versions of Snow White there will be.
I prefer @LanaParrilla as The Evil Queen and I wish she would star in Disney’s live action remake. pic.twitter.com/UCM5YNGbEG
— Jessica met JR (@IHeartChadMM87) November 4, 2021
gal gadot is the new evil queen pic.twitter.com/8PInMkNDYZ
— angel (@galgadost) November 4, 2021
Casting isn’t everything. But why not make it amazing anyway?
Four better evil queens right here: pic.twitter.com/DguchPdSC3
— M.C. Myers (@filmobjective) November 4, 2021
I love you evil 👑👑👑😍😍
— The Greater Fool (@GreaterTheFool) November 4, 2021
Disney’s live action adaptation of ‘Snow White’ starring Rachel Zegler as the titular character and Gal Gadot as the Evil Queen will begin filming next year. Marc Webb will direct. pic.twitter.com/KFjzur0jl6
— Film Updates (@FilmUpdates) November 3, 2021
While others really wish that another Evil Queen was cast in the upcoming film. Fans still can’t get over Lana Parrilla’s performance in Once Upon A Time, and we get it. She was absolutely made for that role. That being said, we’re always open to seeing what someone else will bring to the table in a different realm.
What do you think of the decision? Are you looking forward to seeing Gadot in the role? Let us know in the comments below!
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