Gal Gadot is one of the biggest stars in the world thanks to her universally beloved turn as Wonder Woman in the DCEU. However, the actress continuously looks to expand her filmography with films outside of the superhero realm as well. As first reported by Deadline, Gadot is set to star in a film adaptation of a brand new novel titled Meet Me In Another Life.
The book, just published this week in North America, hails from Scottish author Catriona Silvey. The story follows two strangers named Thora and Santi. The unlikely pairing finds their fates intertwined with each other in a foreign city. After recognizing each other as a kindred spirit with a shared curiosity, e tragic accident cuts their time together short. However, the story only truly begins from there. In numerous lives, they become friends, lovers, enemies, and everything in-between. Blurred memories begin to take shape as they work together to discover the truth behind their infinite connection.
The film will be produced by Atlas Entertainment in collaboration with Gadot’s Pilot Wave production banner. Gadot will executive produce the film as well as serve as its leading lady on screen. Moreover, her husband Jason Varsano will produce as well alongside Charles Roven (The Suicide Squad) and Richard Suckle (Scooby–Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed).
Gadot most recently starred in DC’s Wonder Woman 1984, which premiered in theaters and on HBO Max, simultaneously. Additionally, Gadot will next star in Kenneth Branagh’s mystery thriller, Death on the Nile. Additionally, Gadot joins Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds in Red Notice, one of Netflix’s most expensive projects to date. The actress will also portray the ruler of the Kingdom of Egypt, Cleopatra, in a biopic directed by Patty Jenkins.
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