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Gal Gadot Posing in a Batman Mask is Terrifying? Attractive? Terrifyingly Attractive?

By Petr Knava | Celebrity | March 15, 2018 |

By Petr Knava | Celebrity | March 15, 2018 |


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Putting all other things aside, whatever else we may think about her, Gal Gadot—the star of the beloved Wonder Woman movie (which I still haven’t seen) and the somewhat more ambivalently received Justice League (which I don’t intend to see)—is quite an attractive person. I think it’s safe to say that this is the consensus view, right? Right. Sometimes when I see attractive people I think to myself: What would it take to get that person to not be attractive? What would spoil that pristine canvas? It’s different for everyone, and what works for one person might not work for others. For example: I reckon if you popped a bicycle helmet on George Clooney, he’d look like a right nerd. Give it to Brad Pitt though, and he could probably pull it off (unless, that is, he’d been Chad-ed up a bit first). Most people might not look too great covered in soil and yoghurt. Monica Bellucci—she’d probably still be alright.

And so on and so forth.

All that is to say, Justice League was just released on Blu-Ray this Tuesday, and little behind-the-scenes titbits have started trickling out from the extras sections. My favourite so far is a bit from one of these extras that addresses one my burning and extremely important questions: Would Gal Gadot still be attractive in a Batman cowl?

The answer?

Now I’ve seen it all, @gal_gadot dressed as Wonder Woman…wearing the Batman cowl

A post shared by The Nerdy Hero (@therealnerdyhero) on

You know what?

I kinda wish I’d never asked.

But, hey—at least Reddit had a fun Photoshop battle with it!

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(Header image from Getty Images)

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Petr Knava lives in London and plays music



Petr is a staff contributor. You can follow him on Twitter.



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