Gal Gadot will feature in To Catch A Thief, a new version of the classic romantic thriller. The Wonder Woman actress and her spouse, Jaron Varsano, will produce the picture through their company, Pilot Wave, with Fast and Furious’ Neal Moritz, who will also support the project through his company. The film’s release has already caught the interest of fans.
Alfred Hitchcock directed the iconic original in 1955, based on David Dodge’s novel. The film starred Cary Grant as an innocent ex-thief suspected of returning to his old ways, as well as the beautiful icy-blonde Grace Kelly. The new plot for the remake is yet unknown, since Eileen Jones, best known for her work on the Fox series Prodical Son, has signed on to write it. According to Deadline, the film will be produced by Paramount, the same studio that produced the original.
Gal Gadot most recently appeared with Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds in the Netflix action comedy Red Notice. She’ll be transforming into the fairest evil queen for her next role in Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs and starring in the adaption of Agatha Cristie’s “Death On The Nile,” so the Israeli actress has a lot on her plate.
Death on the Nile is a mystery thriller directed by Kenneth Branagh that stars Gadot with Kenneth Branagh, Ali Fazal, and Letitia Wright, among others. Fans are also excited to watch the actress reprise her role as Cleopatra in Cleopatra and reprise her role as Wonder Woman in Wonder Woman 3.
Upcoming Film Cleopatra
Gal Gadot recently talked up about her upcoming film Cleopatra, discussing how the filmmakers chose to portray the queen’s story on the big screen. The actress, who was recently lauded for her role in Red Notice, has revealed what Cleopatra has planned for her fans.
The actress said in an interview with InStyle, via People, that while she “can’t say a lot,” she can confirm that the film is about Cleopatra and her narrative. “We’re going to highlight not just how gorgeous and appealing she was, but how strategic and brilliant she was, and how much impact she had and continues to have on the world we live in today,” the actress told InStyle, as reported by People.
Cleopatra, a descendant of Ptolemy, a Macedonian general who served under Alexander the Great, was the last ruler of Egypt’s Ptolemaic dynasty.