Gal Gadot is using her influence to encourage people to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic.
On Tuesday, the Wonder Woman star took to social media to remind everyone that staying home in this crucial time can save lives.
“Staying home is my superpower and yours! Please everyone take care of yourself, your loved ones, and us all. This situation should not be taken lightly. The sooner we all stay home and keep ourselves from catching this very contagious virus the sooner we can go back to our lives without losing lives. #WeAreAllOne,” Gadot wrote on Instagram, along with a photo of her at home, making a peace sign in a comfy sweatshirt, joggers, and a pair of cheetah plush slippers.
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Gadot shared a shortened version of her message on Twitter, which has received positive reactions from fans.
Listen to our Wonder Woman, y’all! ?
— Claire M. (@claire__mrcl) March 16, 2020
When Wonder Woman tells you to stay at home, you stay at home.
— Phil Daniel (@philipo81) March 16, 2020
You’re my hero????? pic.twitter.com/f6qoGOiASW
— ℂ????? ? ??? ᵂᵂ₈₄ (@FanboyXxX007) March 16, 2020
a real life wonder woman ???
— natalie ʬ⁸⁴ (@thcmyscira) March 16, 2020
You really are #WonderWoman, girlfriend!! ???❤️
— Pam Sherman (@pam_ri88) March 17, 2020
Some DC fanatics, meanwhile, took the opportunity to ask Gadot if the current COVID-19 situation will affect the release date of Wonder Woman 1984.
So do you think after all that is going on WW1984 will still be on schedule for a June release? Love your work, You’re ARE Wonder Woman! 🙂
— Mario Scibetta (@MarioScibetta) March 16, 2020
The follow-up to 2017’s Wonder Woman is currently scheduled to hit U.S. theaters on June 5th. But since the release dates of some movie tentpoles like the James Bond film No Time To Die and the ninth installment in the Fast & Furious franchise have already been delayed, it’s possible that Wonder Woman 1984 will have the same fate.
Studios, on the other hand, have started to make their movies available on VOD on the same day of their theatrical debut, so there’s also a chance that Warner Bros. Pictures would do the same for the upcoming Patty Jenkins-directed film.