Gal Gadot Gives POWERFUL Speech At 2018 Critics' Choice Awards


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Gal Gadot was awarded the #SeeHer Award at last nights Critics' Choice Awards, which recognized her for the impact her career and her role as Wonder Woman has had in helping QUOTE, "push boundaries on changing stereotypes and recognize the importance of accurately portraying women across the entertainment landscape”. Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins introduced Gal and gave her the award, after which Gal gave one of the most powerful and moving speeches of the night. She started by praising the character who made her a household name...
After acknowledging how great Wonder Woman as a character truly is, Gal also shared some statistics on how the industry has come, with three of the highest grossing films of the past year being female led. Of course, she also called out the fact that Hollywood still has a long way to go…
Gal also called on Hollywood to not only make films that entertain, but that also inspire and educate, especially when it comes to lessons of love and respect.
Gal finished off her speech by saying she shares the award with all the men and women who stand up for what’s right. So all in all, it was a flawless speech by a truly wonderful woman.
So what did you guys think of Gal’s speech? And are you excited for the next installment of Wonder Woman? Let me know in the comments below, or hit me up on Instagram or Twitter! And don’t forget to hit that subscribe button! Thanks so much for joining me on News Feed, I’m your host Miriam Isa and I’ll see you soon!
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