Gal Gadot, a 35-year-old Israeli actress, has been selected for a Hollywood film about the life of Qulu Patra, the queen of the ancient Egyptian state, one of the world's oldest civilizations and states.
According to the showbiz website Deadline, Paramount Pictures, a well-known Hollywood production house, has acquired the ownership rights to make a film on the life of 'Qulu Patra'. According to the report, while the well-known studio acquired the ownership rights of the film, the production house also selected the director and actress of the film.
The film of the same name on the life of 'Qulu Patra' will be directed by renowned female director Patti Jenkins, who has also directed the Hollywood film 'Wonder Woman'. Interestingly, the Israeli actress and 'Wonder Woman' heroine Gal Gadot has been chosen to play the role of the Egyptian queen 'Qulu Patra' in the film.
The story of 'Qulu Patra' will be written by American woman writer Laita Kologradis while she will also produce the film. It is not yet clear if the thriller political biography based on the life of 'Qulu Patra' will be released till Kokab, but it is likely that shooting of the film will start next year.
A film of the same name has already been made in Hollywood in 1963 on the life of 'Qulu Patra', in which the famous actress Elizabeth Taylor played the role of the Egyptian Queen. Qulu Patra was the most beautiful and virtuous queen of Egypt in the 45th century BC. She is also called the most beautiful and virtuous queen of the Pharaohs.
"Qulu Patra" is said to have captured the prince of the Roman state and the military general Julius Caesar for his beauty. It is also said with reference to Qulu Patra that when Julius Caesar was overthrown, he also captured another Roman general, Mark Anthony, and continued to love him.
Qulu Patra was not only the most beautiful woman and queen of Egypt, but her stories of youth and beauty are said to have been famous in other empires of the time, including Rome and Greece. It is not yet clear which actors will be cast in the film for the roles of other male generals, including Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony, who will come to Qalu patra's life.