'Wonder Woman is also a Marvel Studios film in which Israeli-American actress Gal Gadot plays the lead role, 'Wonder Woman.
new Wonder Woman fancast https://t.co/x0AQDlItk3— eve and the multiverse of mulatto (@counciloffrost) July 7, 2022
So far, two films of the said series have come out, in which Gal Gadot's work was appreciated. Still, after seeing Mehwish Hayat's performance in the web series 'Miss Marvel', many fans expressed their wish that the Pakistani actress is now Israeli.
That's not true mehwish is way better looking than gal— Hit_man (@ahmmi_handsome) July 11, 2022
Several fans took to Twitter to call Mehwish Hayat a better replacement for Gal Gadot and wished he would be cast in 'Wonder Woman.
YES!!! shes literally perfect from every angle and shes got a profile that deserves to be sculpted 😩— too radical to be sadical (@UpScumbagg) July 7, 2022
While fans wished to see Mehwish Hayat as the superheroine Wonder Woman, they also wrote that Gal Gadot is a good actress, but now is the time to make Mehwish Hayat a superheroine.
Mehwish Hayat recently attended the premiere of her Pakistani film 'London Nahi Jaon Ga' as per the wishes of her fans, where she was also asked about Wonder Woman.
Mehwish Hayat replied with a smile expressing his happiness at the fans' wish and hoping that Marvel Studios would respect the fans' wish.
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Mehwish Hayat was asked if she sees herself in Gal Gadot's role in Wonder Woman. She replied with a smile that she hoped Marvel Studios would be listening to the fans' wishes and would respect their wishes.
That is, Mehwish Hayat smiled and expressed the hope that Marvel Studios would cast him in the superhero film 'Wonder Woman' at the fans' request.
Although Marvel Studios has not yet made a clear announcement about the third film of 'Wonder Woman', it is believed that the third film in the series will be released by 2025.
There have been two 'Wonder Woman movies so far; the first one was released in 2017, while the second 'Wonder Woman 1984' was released in December 2020.
In both films, Israeli-American Jewish actress Gal Gadot played the role of 'Wonder Woman', the superheroine.